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Phasing out coal plants worldwide won’t be easy. These four approaches could help.
Brad Handler and Morgan Bazilian of the Payne Institute for Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines wrote this opinion piece with Katie Auth of the Energy for Growth Hub.
December 2, 2021
Coal prices are high as stockpiles hit new lows
If these high coal prices last even a little bit longer, though, private equity firms might come calling, according to Ian Lange, director of the mineral energy economics program at the Colorado School of Mines.
November 30, 2021
Colorado could stuff its CO2 deep in the ground to slow climate change
After meeting for months, task force members are optimistic Colorado is ready to fund research and demonstration projects and move forward on enabling rules, said Laura Singer, carbon capture program manager for the Colorado School of Mines.
November 26, 2021