native workers not sure what's next after coal plant closes politics this is a split board - you can return to the split list for other boards.
geothermal energy, which uses the planet's sub-surface heat to generate electricity, is a valued resource because it doesn't emit greenhouse gases and can provide baseload power, in contrast to
coal and oil are indirect forms of solar energy: sunlight and carbon dioxide create plant matter, and then geological forces turn dead trees into a fuel. here the plant middleman is eliminated. an
average weekly coal commodity spot prices continue to set new records, with central appalachian steam coal and illinois basin steam coal closing at $140 per short ton and $71 per short ton for the
exxon expects the cost of carbon dioxide to be hover around $30 per ton over the next 10 years, which would make natural gas the most economic alternative for new-build power plants. exxon sees
the mine produces metallurgical coal that is used to make steel and sells for up to $200 a ton - more than double the price for the type of coal used by power plants. federal regulators probing
a lot of it comes down to king coal. burning coal accounts for half of america's electricity. and coal produces more carbon dioxide than any other commonly used u.s. fuel source. the states that
feedstocks, meanwhile, can cost $30 a ton for coal or $55 to $70 a ton for biomass. three barrels a ton adds $10 to the cost. the system will also have to compete against the wide variety of
if waxman-markey passes, lawsuits by environmentalists to keep coal plants from going ahead could be restricted, creating a new boom in plant building. and there's little hope of carbon prices
over the last decade, coal's share of the u.s. power market dwindled from more than 50 percent to about 32 percent last year. gas and renewables both made gains, and hundreds of coal-burning power
steam prices per ton at arch climbed an average $1.59 to $18.49 a ton in the first quarter, up 9.4 percent from last year, reflecting stronger coal fundamentals. arch sold approximately 115.7
thick ice is crippling the shipping industry in the great lakes. the coast guard is working around the clock to cut through the ice, but this winter's weather is making the battle unusually tough.
coal sold to electric power plants sells for far less than metallurgical coal. icg expects prices to average $73 to $77 a ton for all its coal in 2011. production should range from 16.1 million
could the electric car save us? but some worry that they will shift the pollution to the power plants that burn coal when making electricity. 'if you do the math, you'll find that an electric
green energy in west virginia, the state of coal 'the last ton of coal that comes out of an american mine will come out of the powder river basin,' said richard horner, director of emerging
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