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Climategate: Ten years later

Climate alarmists are still promoting junk science, fossil fuel bans and wealth redistribution Dr. Kelvin Kemm This month marks the tenth anniversary of “Climategate” – the release of thousands of emails to and from climate scientists who had been (and … Continue reading

31. October 2019 by Terry Headley
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NETL-Developed Sensors Helping Detect Rare Earth Elements in Coal Mining Waste

National Energy Technology Labs MORGANTOWN, WV (October 9, 2018) — NETL Researchers Paul Ohodnicki, Ph.D., and Dustin McIntyre, Ph.D., have worked with optical sensors and laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for years, adapting their respective technologies to fit different applications. … Continue reading

12. October 2018 by Terry Headley
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The Make America First Case for Carbon Capture

By Beau Rothschild RealClearEnergy NEW YORK, NY (October 5, 2018) — Next month, United Nations scientists are set to report that we can no longer win the battle against climate change by reducing carbon emissions: we have to start draining those emissions … Continue reading

12. October 2018 by Terry Headley
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Eroding Diversity in U.S. Power Grid Will Mean Greater Price Fluctuations, Higher Bills and Negative Impacts to Economy

New York (September 19, 2017) – The U.S. power grid is on track to lose cost effective power supply diversity, a trend that will raise the cost and variability of power bills and create negative macroeconomic impacts that would ripple … Continue reading

28. September 2017 by Terry Headley
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The left’s misleading green jobs claims: Renewable energy workers produce relatively little power

By H. Sterling Burnett Washington Examiner One of the main reasons President Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris climate agreement is the treaty is a “bad deal for America.” Among many other problems, it would cost a significant number of jobs. … Continue reading

03. August 2017 by Terry Headley
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New GE Innovation Center to Showcase latest Technologies of Coal-fired Steam Power Plants

  By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor KING GEORGE, VA. (COAL AGE) —GE Power (NYSE: GE) today announced plans to convert its 242 MW coal-fired Birchwood Power facility in King George, Virginia, US into a Steam Plant Services Innovation Center. … Continue reading

31. May 2017 by Terry Headley
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Trump readies slew of new orders targeting EPA

By JOHN SICILIANO Washington Examiner (2/21/17) President Trump is planning to issue executive orders this week to begin rolling back the centerpiece of President Obama‘s climate change agenda with several other regulations. Trump is expected to soon issue the orders … Continue reading

23. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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Where Coal is Still King

By SALENA ZITO WAYNESBURG, Pa. — Two weeks after Derek Cisar’s wife gave birth to their son, the 36-year-old coal miner had to tell her he’d lost his job. “It wasn’t because there wasn’t any work,” he said, moments after emerging … Continue reading

23. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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Scott Pruitt’s Back-to-Basics Agenda for the EPA

By KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL, NEW YORK — (Feb. 17, 2017) Republican presidents tend to nominate one of two types of administrator to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. The first is the centrist—think Christie Todd Whitman (2001-03)—who might be equally at home in a Democratic … Continue reading

23. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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AMERICAN COAL COUNCIL WELCOMES CONFIRMATION OF SCOTT PRUITT AS EPA CHIEF

WASHINGTON, DC (February 17, 2017) – Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt was confirmed today as the new Chief Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The American Coal Council welcomes the confirmation of Mr. Pruitt. In his capacity as Oklahoma … Continue reading

17. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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