The world is moving in fits and starts but with gathering momentum toward a more diversified, low-carbon energy mix.
Times have changed, and old electricity-generation models don’t work anymore.
Once a critical player in the energy future of the U.S., the coal industry is now little more than a self-interested party seeking a bailout.
UBS report suggests coal generation’s share of US electricity markets will drop to 18 percent by 2030.
A commentary posted the other day on Fool.com proclaiming the death of the U.S. coal industry has found its way—lo and behold—onto FoxBusiness.com.