Global Renewable Energy Forecast

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an autonomous intergovernmental organization that consists of 30 member countries and 7 association countries.…

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Arizona Abandoning Coal

Arizona’s power plants are fueled by natural gas (31.2%), nuclear energy (27.3%), coal (26.0%) and renewable energy (15.5%). Hydroelectric and…

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Iowa’s Energy Conundrum

In May 2018, MidAmerican Energy Company requested approval to build the Wind XII wind farm from the Iowa Utilities Board…

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Renewable Energy Dethroning King Coal

US utilities are scheduled to take 11,400 MW of coal-fired power plant capacity offline in 2018. An additional 19,800 MW…

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Should America Subsidize Coal & Nuclear Power?

On June 1, 2018, President Donald Trump sent Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry a directive to take immediate action to…

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Sun Setting On Coal

The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) reports dramatic changes in the fuels that generate electrical power in America. Coal consumption…

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Michigan Utility Abandons Coal

The coal fueled, Shiras Steam Plant in Marquette, Michigan has closed. Marquette Power and Light closed the 44 MW coal…

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Global Energy Report

The 2018 Global Status Report by Renewable Energy World documents that the move from fossil fuel to renewable energy in…

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Pro-Coal Rally In Arizona

Hundreds of members of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA), Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe plan rallies to keep…

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The Twilight of Coal In America

Dayton Power & Light Company (DP&L) has shut down two coal plants in Adams County, Ohio. The coal plants, Killen…

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