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Relief for fallen trees on the way

By Brian Wilkinson, Sierra Star (Oakhurst, Calif.) - Relief may be coming soon for many Mountain Area homeowners left with dead trees in their yards after they were cut down by companies contracted with Pacific Gas and Electric Company. More...

School farmland to be used for biomass

By Mark Boshnack, The Daily Star, Oneonta, N.Y. - A project recently started at Unadilla Valley Central School should have long-term benefits for the students and the community, two involved said. More...

At Pittsburgh hearing, environmentalists call for end to coal mining leases on federal land

By David Conti, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Environmental advocates asked Bureau of Land Management officials Tuesday to stop issuing new leases for coal mining on federal properties, or to revamp the leasing program. More...
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NC lawmakers float easing Duke Energy's coal ash cleanup

By EMERY P. DALESIO, Associated Press - North Carolina legislators offered Duke Energy a cheaper alternative to excavating toxic coal ash from all its unlined pits, but neighbors and environmentalists cried foul after the deal was unveiled Tuesday. More...

B&W Enterprises cuts 126 local jobs due to coal decline

By Jim Mackinnon and Katie Byard, The Akron Beacon Journal - A steep and continued decrease in the use of coal to make electricity is largely responsible for costing 126 people their jobs at Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises' facilities in Summit County. More...

What will fill the hole left by coal?

- Greg Dunn, coffee in hand, has just finished a 12-hour night shift at the Hazelwood power station. More...

Articles 

By Daniel Melling
On: April 29, 2016
Hard economic times have prompted West Virginia to look toward a future that depends less on coal and more on renewable energy, a higher-technology job market and even a price on climate-warming carbon dioxide. more...
By Michael Schwartz
On: April 13, 2016
Natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) have very important roles in the world's energy supply. more...
By Emily Carey
On: March 28, 2016
This month Oregon became the nation's first state to completely do away with coal. Governor Kate Brown signed a bill to get rid of all coal generated energy by 2030. more...
By Brian Braginton-Smith
On: March 14, 2016
Utility of the Future, and the rebranding of the wastewater industry into a resource recovery industry, converting wastewater into renewable energy and other valuable products. more...
By Vincent Scatena
On: February 29, 2016
It is now apparent that the Obama Administration's Clean Power Plan aims to significantly reduce the amount of power generated by coal. more...

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