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    This Was The Year World Coal Lost

    Every Coal Power Plant in the World (1927-2019)

    Jeff Desjardins, December 26, 2019 (Visual Capitalist)

    “…[In developed countries,] the appetite for coal power is falling…[because of it is] a primary source of carbon emissions and air pollution…[and because of] cheap natural gas in some regions around the world…In the U.S., electricity generation from coal has been dropping since the late 2000s…[In Europe,] coal power output could fall 23% in 2019 alone…[But up until 2019, the global story has been] quite different…[From 1927 to 2018, it] continued to ramp up…

    [But preliminary] data suggests that Indian coal consumption could drop in 2019 for the first time in over a decade…[and China’s coal] capacity could be fully offset by decreasing use of the fossil fuel in developed nations…[so that] global coal power generation could fall 3% in 2019…If this trend continues, it could be a sign of a tipping point in global coal consumption — and if the sentiment around coal shifts the same way in China, the potential impact could be amplified even further…” click here for more

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