Commentary

New England and New York Have Almost Eliminated Coal-Fired Electricity

The U.S. Northeast is phasing out its coal-fired power plants. Both New England and New York generated 15 percent of their electricity from coal in 2007 when coal-fired generation was...

Commentary

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