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Episode 114: Antitrust the process

May 21, 2019

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New U.S. coal consumption figures show industry’s decline

Kimberly Adams Dec 5, 2018
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A piece of coal is held up at the Savage Energy Terminal on Aug. 26, 2016 in Price, Utah.
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Coal is still a major source of energy in the United States. But coal consumption is on track to hit a near-40-year low in 2018, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. And economists and industry watchers say that decline is likely to continue, because of competition from cheaper alternatives like natural gas, because new technologies are increasing energy efficiency, and because renewable energy sources like wind and solar are more competitive in the energy marketplace.

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Correction (Dec. 6, 2018):  The original audio introduction to this story misidentified the Environmental Protection Agency. That audio has been deleted.

 

 

 

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