Parasitic Rehearsal Room Hangs Between Two Parisian Homes

August 10, 2011 by  
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Coal Electricity Production Drops To Its Lowest Point in 30 Years

August 10, 2011 by  
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Clean energy policies may be under attack by the right wing in the US, but it looks like there is still good energy news to be had: apparently,  coal electricity production in the United States has dropped to its lowest amount in more than 30 years. The Energy Information Administration has found that this year, coal accounted for only 46 percent of our power, a 6 percent drop from 2008. This positive news comes just a few weeks after New York City Mayor Bloomberg pledged $50 million to help the Sierra Club shut down coal plants. But, like most news, there are plenty of counterpoints to burst our happy anti-coal bubble. Read the rest of Coal Electricity Production Drops To Its Lowest Point in 30 Years Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: clean air task force , coal , coal electricity , coal electricity production drops , coal energy , coal energy production drops , dirty energy , Energy Information Administration , fossil fuels , Michael Bloomberg , renewable energy , Sierra Club

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