Power Sector Coal Demand

Power Sector Coal Demand Has Fallen In Nearly Every State Since 2007

Power Sector Coal Demand Has Fallen In Nearly Every State Since 2007 by Brian Park, EIA

Consumption of steam coal used for electricity generation in the U.S. electric power sector fell 29% from its peak of 1,045 million short tons (MMst) in 2007 to an estimated 739 MMst in 2015. Consumption fell in nearly every state, rising only in Nebraska and Alaska over that period. States with the largest declines were concentrated in the Midwest and Southeast, with six states in . . .

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