The market has spoken: Coal is dying. Coal just can’t keep up with dirt-cheap natural gas and increasingly affordable renewables. “If there is any sort of policy on carbon pricing the coal industry will fall off even faster.”

The market has spoken: Coal is dying. Coal just can’t keep up with dirt-cheap natural gas and increasingly affordable renewables. “If there is any sort of policy on carbon pricing the coal industry will fall off even faster.” submitted by /u/mafco to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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After stalling last year, global capacity additions of renewable power are set to bounce back with double-digit growth in 2019, driven by solar PV’s strong performance, reaching almost 200 GW of capacity deployed

After stalling last year, global capacity additions of renewable power are set to bounce back with double-digit growth in 2019, driven by solar PV’s strong performance, reaching almost 200 GW of capacity deployed submitted by /u/Spinach_Feta_Wrap to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Impossible Burgers are hitting their first grocery stores tomorrow – the plant-based burger plans to reach every region of the US by the middle of next year.

Impossible Burgers are hitting their first grocery stores tomorrow – the plant-based burger plans to reach every region of the US by the middle of next year. submitted by /u/mvea [link] [comments] top scoring links : Futurology Welcome to r/Futurology, a subreddit devoted to the field of Future(s) Studies and speculation about the development of humanity, technology, and civilization.

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Solar and Wind Power So Cheap They’re Outgrowing Subsidies – The cost of wind power has fallen about 50% since 2010. Solar has dropped 85%. That makes them cheaper than new coal and gas plants in two-thirds of the world

Solar and Wind Power So Cheap They’re Outgrowing Subsidies – The cost of wind power has fallen about 50% since 2010. Solar has dropped 85%. That makes them cheaper than new coal and gas plants in two-thirds of the world submitted by /u/pnewell to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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