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American coal industry down, but is it out?

Coal and natural gas play a large and necessary role during high peak periods. Reliability depends on a balanced fuel portfolio. When gas prices increase, coal power becomes more economic and tends to contribute more. In 2020, with power demand..
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In 2020, every two days, wind and solar add more net capacity to the world than nuclear in a year. Fifteen years ago, the Nuclear Industry presented itself as the main solution to climate change; today, it is limping towards oblivion.

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