According to Seth Feaster, IEEFA, coal use at US power plants is continuing its downward spiral; with the full impact on mines to be felt in 2024.
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In its Annual Energy Outlook 2023 (AEO2023), the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has projected that US coal-fired generating capacity will drop below half of 2022 levels by 2050.
AGL has officially retired the Liddell Power Station in the NSW Upper Hunter region, as preparations are made to repurpose the site into an industrial renewable energy hub.
According to the US EIA, the amount of coal received by power plants in the US has largely declined over the past decade, however 2022 saw an increase compared to 2021.
Dennis Wamsted and Seth Feaster of The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), have published key findings relating to US coal generation in 1Q23.
The Biden-Harris Administration has announced that it is proposing to strengthen wastewater discharge standards that apply to coal-fired power plants.
CONSOL Energy has announced the promotion of Mitesh Thakkar to the position of President, in addition to his current role as Chief Financial Officer.
RWE brings coal exit forward to 2030: Five inhabited villages and three farmsteads to remain, former settlement of Lützerath to be demolished.