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Natural gas killed coal – now renewables and batteries are taking over

Over the past decade, coal has been increasingly replaced by cheaper, cleaner energy sources. US coal power production has dropped by 44% (866 terawatt-hours [TWh]). It’s been replaced by natural gas (up 45%, or 400 TWh), renewables (up 260%, or 200 TWh), and increased efficiency (the US uses 9%, or 371 TWh

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New NASA Study Solves Climate Mystery, Confirms Methane Spike Tied to Oil and Gas

Over the past few years, natural gas has become the primary fuel that America uses to generate electricity, displacing the long-time king of fossil fuels, coal. In 2019, more than a third of America's electrical supply will come from natural gas, with coal falling to a second-ranked 28 percent, the Energy Information Administration predicted this month,

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A More Integrated Energy System for a More Sustainable Future

Blanca Losada, Chief Executive Officer, Gas Natural Fenosa Engineering, Chief Technology and Engineering Officer, Gas Natural Fenosa The challenges presented by climate change demand a targeted and coordinated response from all of the players who are actively involved in the energy sector, to enable us to address these challenges from many different

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