Texas

By ACCCE

Percentage of Electricity Generated by Coal

27%

CO2 Emission Rate Reduction for 2030 Target Relative to 2012 Rate

38%

Peak Year Electricity Price Increase

21%

Average Annual Electricity Price Increase

16%

 

“Coal-based electricity provided by husband’s job for 34 years, our retirement, my child’s college and still provides affordable power every day.” – B. Smith

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America's PowerMar 3 at 7:57am
A bill moving through the North Dakota legislature, SB 2314 on the Senate side, would call for a study on the state’s future energy supply. Some legislators, like Senator Jessica Unruh (R-33), have called for action to “level the playing field,” as subsidies in the state for wind power often causes operators to favor those sources. Coal power provides the reliable baseload electricity that North Dakota needs, read our thoughts on the bill and North Dakota’s energy future here: http://www.americaspower.org/north-dakota-recognizes-importance-coal-fueled-baseload-electricity/
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