EPA Short-Circuits the U.S. Power Grid

On April 25, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched a blitz of regulations targeting the nation’s fossil-fuel power plants. In the center of the EPA’s crosshairs is America’s coal fleet, which remains a workhorse source of power across the country–and the leading source of electricity... Read More

Coal’s Place in America’s Energy Equation

As the U.S. energy policy landscape continues to shift, a crucial dialogue on electricity stability is gaining momentum. Many are waking up to the reality that this administration is recklessly rushing to close well-operating coal plants in favor of renewable energy sources that have not been permitted... Read More

Coal Key for Essential Electricity this Winter

There’s no doubt about it — our nation’s energy experts and grid operators are now facing the considerable challenge of ensuring our electric grid is reliable this winter. The North American Reliability Corporation (NERC) recently delivered a dire winter assessment. Among the main takeaways from the... Read More