Appalachian coal, like this supply seen at the Big Sandy Power Plant near Louisa in May, is declining as a fuel source for U.S. electric plants for a variety for reasons, including the growing abundance of cheap natural gas.
Appalachian coal, like this supply seen at the Big Sandy Power Plant near Louisa in May, is declining as a fuel source for U.S. electric plants for a variety for reasons, including the growing abundance of cheap natural gas.
Appalachian coal, like this supply seen at the Big Sandy Power Plant near Louisa in May, is declining as a fuel source for U.S. electric plants for a variety for reasons, including the growing abundance of cheap natural gas.

War on EPA won't save coal industry; court rulings only delay the inevitable

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