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The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its energy projections for the future —and it’s good news for coal-based electricity industry and electricity consumers. In fact, the U.S. coal fleet is expected to be almost 70% as large as it was during its peak in 2011. These data are further proof that despite all the rhetoric, coal-based electricity continues to be an important part of...
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Here’s the truth. Since 1970, coal-fired power plants have invested more than $111 billion in emission control technologies, reducing emissions by 92%. By 2018, industry will have invested more than $126 billion. It's important people know the facts about advancements in coal-based electricity—and you can help us spread the word. Learn more at .
Over 500 million tons of coal is mined every year in the U.S. and it takes thousands of hardworking Americans to make this possible. These individuals rely on their jobs—just like you rely on the light and warmth their hard work provides.
Only abundant, reliable coal has the power to bring electricity to millions of homes across America. And when we’re in the deep freeze of winter, it just doesn’t make sense to take chances with anything else.
Coal is America’s most abundant and reliable fuel source. It’s an affordable way to meet America’s energy needs now—and for the next 280 years.
Happy New Year from America’s Power!
Rising electricity prices are bad for all of us. But for some hard-working American families, it means they won’t be able to afford their monthly electric bill. In fact, 41% of American families spend an average of 16% of their take home pay on energy. That’s why it’s time to take a stand against rising electricity prices and help everyone see the value that coal-based electricity provides....
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Happy Holidays from America's Power.
At least 15 clean coal technologies are used by the U.S. coal fleet. And by 2019, the coal-based power industry is expected to have invested more than $126 billion to reduce emissions and use this critical resource more cleanly and efficiently than ever before. That’s why it’s so important for people to have all the facts about coal-based electricity. Get the facts at AmericasPower.org
Over the past 20 years, coal-based electricity has brought power to more than 830 million worldwide. It’s a reliable way to turn the lights on—and keep them on. Even if it’s way past bedtime.
America’s recoverable coal reserves exceed that of any other country. That’s why coal-based electricity is such a crucial part of our energy mix. It provides the reliable electricity we count on when the winter chill sets in. Learn more at AmericasPower.org
This time of year, small businesses are opening their doors earlier and closing them later—which means they need affordable electricity to keep things running strong. In fact, 92% of the coal consumed in the U.S. is used to generate power which keeps stores open and businesses thriving. Get the facts at AmericasPower.org
In our continued celebration of National Miners Day, we’re highlighting your heartfelt comments about the critical role miners play when it comes to U.S. job creation, boosting our economy and contributing to local communities. But the individuals and families behind these jobs are the most important part—we couldn’t do it without them.
Today is National Miners Day. And it’s the perfect time to thank all of the hard-working men and women of the coal-based industry who work tirelessly to make sure that the electricity we all depend on is there when we need it. We can’t take this work for granted. So spend a moment thanking a miner for everything they do for us; day in and day out.
Alternative energy sources like wind and solar are intermittent sources of power. That’s why we need the reliability of coal-based electricity to keep the lights on. America’s recoverable coal reserves exceed that of any other country. In fact, the U.S. has enough coal reserves to power us for the next 280 years. Learn more: AmericasPower.org
While it may seem like your electricity just appears at the flip of a switch, it actually takes hundreds of thousands of hardworking Americans mining and transporting coal and generating power to make it possible. These individuals rely on their jobs—just like you rely on the light and warmth their hard work provides. Learn more at AmericasPower.org
Providing our small businesses with a reliable supply of affordable electricity is key to maintaining existing jobs and creating millions of new ones. As our most reliable fuel source, coal helps keep America open for business.
When the cost of electricity rises, some families have to choose between paying their electric bill and feeding their families. After all, compared to other basic family necessities, increases in electricity costs have the greatest effect on lower-income families. That’s why it’s the perfect time of year to be thankful for coal-based electricity. It keeps prices more affordable so that...
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Coal is one of America’s most abundant and reliable fuel sources. It keeps electricity prices reasonable and affordable, so that hard-working families can keep the lights on and put hot food on the table, every single day.
Over 500 million tons of coal is mined every year in the U.S. and it takes thousands of hardworking Americans to make this possible. These individuals rely on their jobs—just like you rely on the light and warmth their hard work provides.