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One Year Without Nuclear Power Has Japan Scrambling For Relief

A demonstrator protest against nuclear power on the anniversary of Fukushima earthquake and tsunami in New York

Greenpeace celebrates anyway

Report: Households See Electricity Prices Rising At Record Levels

It’s getting more expensive to keep the lights on

Half Of India's Coal Plants Could Run Out Of Fuel In Under A Week

A worker sprays water over piles of coal as a bulldozer shifts coal at Mundra Port Coal Terminal in the western Indian state of Gujarat

‘The current coal stock situation is indeed alarming’

Coal Crackdown Hits West Coast Export Terminals

‘Coal exports are going nowhere fast’

More Harsh Winters Could Spell Disaster For The Electrical Grid

‘This could be a very, very big economic impact on the winter’

Coal Miners Union In Full Revolt After Supporting Obama In 2008

Coal miners in Ohio. Getty Images.

‘We were willing to go to jail’

Coal Miners Fight To Save Their Jobs At EPA Carbon Rule Field Hearings

‘This isn’t some abstract bureaucratic exercise’

Obama's Executive Action On Cap-And-Trade Is All Pain, No Gain

The Duke Energy coal-fired power plant is seen from the Dan River in Eden

The president is subverting Congress for a plan that would have little to no impact on climate.

The War Isn't On Coal, It's On The People Coal Helps

Photo Credit: Getty Images

The new EPA rule is estimated to reduce household disposable income by $550 billion per year

New EPA Climate Rules Must Weigh Cost To Consumers

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New regulations could limit the power grid’s ability to handle another ‘polar vortex.’

Bloomberg urges compassion for laid-off coal miners

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg

‘You’re not going to teach a coal miner to code’

Enviros tout Germany as 'green' leader while nation boosts coal production

Smoke billows from the chimneys of the Belchatow Power Station
German coal use has reached its highest level since 1990

San Francisco enviros fund green agenda in the South

Greenpeace activists throw coal in the air during a protest in front of the Polish Economy Ministry headquarters building against the World Coal Summit and the United Nations COP19 in Warsaw

More than $3 million

McAuliffe inauguration flush with coal cash

McAuliffe stands onstage as Clinton campaigns for him at an event in Dale City, Virginia
Enviros unfazed

What could make jet-setting Ivy Leaguers even MORE annoying?

Facebook/Brown Divest Coal Campaign

Pampered rich kids want Ivy League school to dissociate ‘from big businesses’

Reid kills vote to stop 'war on coal'

Harry Reid. Photo: Getty Images/Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly

‘A lot of states feel very strongly about coal’

Midwest utility forced to close three coal plants

Coal Dark Future

‘The American people should not be fooled’

'Ideological mercenary': World Bank follows in Obama's footsteps on coal

Obama World Bank.JPEG

‘This signals the war on coal has gone global’

Arizonans still clinging to their coal

In this Sept. 4, 2011 file photo shows the main plant facility at the Navajo Generating Station, from Lake Powell, in Page, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

On the key metrics of cost, scale, power density and energy density, no energy source matches hydrocarbons.

Obama administration denies waging 'war on coal'

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‘A war on coal is exactly what’s needed’