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Shale gas—not EPA rules—has pushed decline in coal-generated electricity, study confirms

Cheap shale gas produced by fracking has driven the decline in coal production in the United States during the last decade, researchers at the Great Lakes Energy Institute at Case Western Reserve University have found.
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