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No New Coal or Nuclear Plants necessary

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman says renewables like wind and solar will be enough
At the US Energy Association forum, Jon Wellinghoff, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, announced that no new nuclear or coal plants may be needed in the United States. The Chairman's views go beyond those of other Obama administration officials, who have strongly endorsed greater efficiency and renewables deployment but feel nuclear and fossil energies will continue playing a major role.

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No New Coal or Nuclear Plants necessary

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman says renewables like wind and solar will be enough
At the US Energy Association forum, Jon Wellinghoff, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, announced that no new nuclear or coal plants may be needed in the United States. The Chairman's views go beyond those of other Obama administration officials, who have strongly endorsed greater efficiency and renewables deployment but feel nuclear and fossil energies will continue playing a major role.

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A Tough Week for Coal

NY Times blog Green Inc. reports on a week of media on coal
Our friends at Green Inc couldn't have said it better, its been a tough week for coal. Here we have cross posted their compilation of coal in the news this week:

A Tough Week for Coal

by: Tom Zeller Jr. 

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