Share 'NATION'S ELECTRICITY NOW 40% CHEAPER AS COAL FIRED PLANTS CLOSE'
Natural gas fills the gap as coal drops out of U.S. power market
By Jonathan N. Crawford | Bloomberg | July 4, 2016
Five years ago, opponents of newly proposed clean-air rules sounded dire warnings of blackouts and surging electricity prices if coal-burning plants were shuttered.
Welcome to 2016. Instead of rising, the price of electricity in the nation's largest grid is now 40 percent lower than…
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