CO2 emissions from coal fell by record amount in 2015, led by Texas and Midwest

Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions associated with coal consumption in the United States fell by a record 231 million metric tons in 2015. More than 60% of the annual decrease occurred in 10 states, led by Texas, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, and Pennsylvania, according to EIA?s state-level carbon dioxide emissions data. View full post on Today in Energy

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