- Jan 10, 2019 6:49 pm GMT
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Energy attorney Terry M. Jarrett writes that coal is not dead, despite its dwindling use in generating electricity. He points out that while wind and solar are increasingly popular, they come with limitation, as does natural gas, especially in the winter when it's used for heating. He also notes that natural gas requires a complex distribution system.
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