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Penn Energy: Clean energy more cost-effective for U.S. than coal power


The U.S. can turn to wind, solar and natural gas to cut carbon emissions and produce more cost-effective electricity, according to a new study published in Springer’s Journal of Environmental Studies. Dr Chris Hope, reader in policy modelling at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, Laurie T. Johnson and Starla Yeh, Natural Resources Defence Council, Washington, DC…

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