Coal use in power plants around the world is increasing and we have the numbers to prove it.
Coal is hitting all time highs.
As China builds more and more coal-fired power plants, consolidates its stranglehold on rare-earth metals vital for 21st century economies, and extends its influence into America’s backyard, “woke” Westerners are marching like lemmings toward the energy poverty cliff.
China and India's stockings are full of coal... and they're loving it!
Worldwide, efforts to shutter coal mines are yielding cartoonish results.
Not only are fossil fuels still leading the energy mix, their prospects are stronger than ever.
During the first week of October 2021, both India and China made desperate attempts to buy the stranded Australian coal shipments in China’s port warehouses. The coal shipments, which were originally intended to be imported into China, were left stranded at the port after China banned the import of Australian coal last year. Despite this ban, China has now unloaded some of the shipments due to unprecedented demand for coal and electricity in the country. India’s industries too have made a dash to secure some of these stranded shipments as a severe coal shortage has gripped India. So, what can we [...]
China’s boycott of Aussie coal has far-reaching impacts.
It is estimated that 360 million are in poverty in India and many do not have access to electricity.
Wind power is not going to knock out coal power, at least not at Mount Storm.
The Administration has demanded the fossil fuel industry to accept the elimination of fossil fuels for transportation and electricity by 2035 as part of its “infrastructure plan.” This directive is insane.
Western elites can no longer veto power projects
Coal is fine for China, bad for America.
China generates almost twice as much electricity as the U.S. with more from coal than the U.S. does from all sources.