For 17 consecutive years, natural gas has been the driving force in reducing U.S. power sector carbon dioxide emissions, new Energy Information Administration data show, making almost double the impact when compared to renewable power generation.
This data is especially relevant as COP28 kicks off this week with activist attempts to dismiss the role of natural gas in the energy future. It is increasingly apparent that the trend of increased usage of natural gas is key in meeting global energy emission reduction ambitions.
Read the full analysis at EIDClimate.org.
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