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Learn how coal-based electricity creates jobs and helps business owners keep overhead costs down.
Depending on how many Carbon Capture and Sequestration- equipped plants are deployed, studies show some five to seven million man-years of employment could be created during construction and a quarter of a million permanent jobs added during operations.
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Hear how engineers are developing new and improved how to invest in google ways to capture and store carbon dioxide or CO2 in increasingly efficient and cost effective ways.
invest in google Even as the use of coal to generate electricity has nearly tripled.
Read the latest studies and find research on energy issues, coal and clean coal technologies.

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News & Media
May 16, 2011

Alexandria, Va. – The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity announced today that Evan Tracey will be joining the coalition as senior vice president, communications. Tracey has served as president of Campaign Media Analysis Group, a Kantar Media company, since he founded the company in 1997.

“Evan Tracey understands how to communicate the importance of...

April 27, 2011

Alexandria, Va. – Coal is likely to remain the dominant source of American electricity for decades to come, according to a new report from the U.S. Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration. EIA’s American Energy Outlook 2011 predicts that, absent overly stringent new federal regulations, electricity generation from coal will increase by 25 percent from 2009...

April 20, 2011

google shares "Coal Is More Dangerous Than Nuclear" by Holman W. Jenkins (Business World, April 13) gives an abbreviated and misleading view on the use of coal that ignores the substantial economic benefits of coal and the role that clean coal technology plays in our energy future. Coal generates nearly half of our nation's electricity because it provides great economic benefits, more...

April 7, 2011

Alexandria, Va. – The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity today commended Chairman Fred Upton and the U.S. House of Representatives for approving legislation that would prevent EPA from regulating greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources. The House vote comes just one day after a bipartisan group of 64 U.S. Senators voted in favor of one or more...

April 6, 2011

Alexandria, Va. – The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity commended the bipartisan group of 64 U.S. Senators who today expressed their concern regarding EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gas emissions. Seventeen Democrat and 47 Republican Senators today voted in favor of one or more amendments to prevent or limit EPA’s regulations.

“These votes...