Oil/gas isn’t the only fossil fuel whose cost is on the rise.
The cost of Northern Appalachian coal just broke $110/ton – up from $45/ton last April.
One hundred dollars a ton doesn’t seem like that much until you consider that a typical coal-burning power plant will use 10,000 tons A DAY– and sometimes 3-4 times that much during “peak season”.
Another great reason for Ohio to start aggresively pursuing alternative energy sources as proposed in the Governor’s energy bill. You remember? The one that unanimously passed the State Senate last year.
So where is the bill now?
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