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The POWER Interview: Climate Change and Renewable Energy in 2021

With the start of a new year comes new year resolutions, new campaigns, new administrations, new policy goals, and new initiatives. To kick off 2021, POWER talked with Jens Wolf,…


Thermal Coal—Now and Next
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Joe Mease and Bryan Benoit, Grant Thornton LLP After serving as a primary source of electrical power generation for the last half-century, bankruptcies throughout the American coal mining industry in 2020 serve…


Direct-Use Power Generation to Outpace Retail Sales Through 2050

After decades of lethargic power demand—and negative growth in 2017—U.S. electricity use is expected to grow steadily through 2050, driven by a healthy economy and increasing efficiency, the U.S. Energy…


[SLIDESHOW] Highlights from the EIA's International Energy Outlook 2016

See "EIA International Outlook to 2040 Foresees Decoupling of Power Demand and Economic Growth," (May 11, 2016) for an in-depth review of the Energy Information Administration (EIA)'s newly released International…


EIA International Outlook to 2040 Foresees Decoupling of Power Demand and Economic Growth

The world's frenzied economic growth through 2040 won't be matched by electricity demand growth, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) says in the International Energy Outlook 2016 (IEO2016 ) released on…