Renewables doubled – Coal decreased

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A gradual shift away from coal-generated electricity in the U.S. has resulted in a drop in power-plant COpollution. April COpower-plant emissions were nearly back to 1988 levels. Between April 1988 and April 2015 coal use for power generation decreased 17 percent, while the use of renewable sources, like solar, wind, and hydro, increased by more than 100 percent. Burning coal is considered to be the dirtiest method, in terms of CO2 emissions, currently being used on a large scale to generate electricity.
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