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Refined coal has made up nearly one-fifth of coal-fired power generation so far in 2017

U.S. Energy Information Administration --------- The U.S. power sector consumption of coal is increasingly shifting to refined coal, even as coal-fired electricity generation decreases. Use of refined coal has increased from 17% of power sector coal consumption in 2016 to 19% so far in 2017, based on data through September. Refined coal has been processed to remove certain pollutants from raw, or feedstock, coal. Electricity generators fueled by refined coal can produce fewer emissions than those fueled by feedstock coal alone. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

Refined coal has made up nearly one-fifth of coal-fired power generation so far in 2017 - Read More from EIA

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