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UK and Arq Partner to Build a More Sustainable Future

Through a public-private research collaboration, the University of Kentucky Department of Horticulture and Arq are working to create a more sustainable future for Kentucky and the planet.

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Tuscaloosa Dems Raising Funds, Supplies for Warrior Met Coal Miners

The Tuscaloosa County Democratic Party is standing in solidarity with the United Mine Workers of America during their ongoing strike against Warrior Met Coal in Brookwood, Alabama.

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Raised In A Coal Mining Family, Now Working On Biden’s Cleaner Energy Future

Earlier this month, Brian Anderson welcomed some special guests to the Department of Energy research laboratory he leads in Morgantown, West Virginia.

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South Dakota Rocked Again as a Wind Turbine Plant Shuts Its Doors

The closure will happen because of changing market conditions, foreign competition and proposed revisions to tax policies affecting the wind energy industry in the United States.

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India: Center Revises Timeline of Second Tranche of Coal Mine Auctions for Commercial Mining

The coal ministry on Tuesday announced revision in the timeline of the second tranche of auctions for commercial mining.

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Striking Alabama Coal Miners Take Protest to Wall Street

Chanting “no contract, no coal,” the miners today launched the latest step in a strike that began April 1 for a new contract with Warrior Met Coal.

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US Coal, Oil and Natural Gas for the Human Environment

In addressing climate change, there is an ongoing need to embrace consideration of the Human Environment as found in NEPA and rethink all climate efforts that eliminate coal as well as natural gas electricity generation.

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In the Era of Cyberattacks, Fuel Diversity and Security Reign Supreme

The cyber threat to the nation’s energy infrastructure just crossed the Rubicon. A cyberattack forced the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, which transports 45% of the refined fuel used on the East Coast.

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