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Supercritical Coal Plants May Move to Front Burner During Trump’s Reign

The standard for which new coal plants could come into the market has been if they could capture and sequester the carbon dioxide output. But that threshold for new plants could change during Trump’s reign.

Africa Could Become Fertile Ground For New Energy Investment

Africa Could Become Fertile Ground For New Energy Investment

Africa wants to become fertile ground for new energy investment — investments that would help electrify parts of the continent and make it ripe for news businesses and new jobs.

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Renewables and Natural Gas Big Winners Through 2040

According to the International Energy Agency’s 2016 World Energy Outlook, the big winners through 2040 are natural gas and renewables. Meanwhile, both coal and oil will get scaled back.

Construction Boom Could Boost Demand for Met Coal

Construction Boom Could Boost Demand for Met Coal

Businesses that transport their goods via the highways, railways or the airways are likely to see an expansion of the nation’s infrastructure — good news for the met coal sector too, which is used to make steel.

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Global Carbon Emissions Holding Steady but Trump Could Shake Things Up

Carbon emissions have steady for three years in a row. The Global Carbon Project says that such releases have remain flat even as economic growth has grown by 3%. To be precise, the group says that carbon releases will be 0.2% more than in 2015.

What Happens If the Clean Power Plan Is Ultimately Tossed?

Now that Donald Trump will be swown in as the next US president, it could spell doom for the Clean Power Plan that is dedicated to reducing carbon emissions and that Trump said he opposes. But that won’t doom renewables and other clean energies, nor does it save coal. “Plain … Read more »

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BLM Rule Aims to Streamline Renewable Energy Development. The Wind Industry Says It Won’t Work.

A rule intended to streamline renewable energy development on federal lands was finalized by the Bureau of Land Management last week. Both the wind and solar industries have raised concerns.