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The cloud is powered by coal

Alex Epstein from the Center for Industrial Progress puts a new spin on the topic I covered in my Spotlight article in the fall 2013 issue of American Coal magazine, “Coal Powers the Cloud.” “Americans use too much energy” is one … Continue reading

07. February 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Covering for Rockefeller

If Ken Silverstein isn’t  that fond of coal, and is thinking that – if given a chance – he’d vote against Shelly Moore Capito in an upcoming election, he’d do well to just come right out and admit it. His … Continue reading

07. December 2012 by Jason Hayes
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Forbes.com post questions renewables

Forbes columnist Larry Bell pulls no punches in his blunt, straightforward review of renewable energy, its costs, and its ability to reduce emissions or fossil fuel use. Unfortunately, wind doesn’t afford the benefits marketers promise. It isn’t an abundant, reliable … Continue reading

11. March 2011 by Jason Hayes
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