America's Using the Least Coal Ever to Keep the Lights OnBy
Coal's share of U.S. power output fell to 29% in November
Natural gas tops coal as primary power source for fifth month
The U.S. is using the least amount of coal ever to make electricity as cheap natural gas establishes itself as the nation’s favorite power-plant fuel.
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