Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Coal remains an attractive source of cheap reliable energy around the world. Too many advocates of green energy solutions ignore that reality. The article excerpted and linked below reminds us.
United States-based environmental groups may convince the EPA that banning new coal-fired power plants is good policy. They won’t have much luck with that agenda in Hanoi, Berlin, or Beijing. So where does that leave us? If cutting carbon dioxide is the goal, then countries around the world will have to embrace natural gas and nuclear on a large scale. But even if that were to happen, the history of coal—in use for industrial purposes for more than 300 years—is one of remarkable persistence.
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