Coming Change from Coal to Natgas to Power Electric Plants

Consulting firm ICF International is out with their fourth quarter ICForecast Energy Outlook in which they look at U.S. energy markets and the impact of regulations, prices and the availability of various energy sources over the near-, medium- and long-term. ICF is, of course, attempting to sell their service to government and corporate customers. We don’t have a copy of the full report, but we do have their press announcement which contains some very interesting high-level numbers that caught our eye. Among them is the amount of electricity generated by coal that is due to go offline over the next few years due to draconian new rules established by the overreaching federal Environmental Protection Agency. The amount of gigawatts due to go offline is…

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