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The West, reliant on hydro, may miss it during heat waves
“If we have heat waves that increase demand, that is when that loss of hydro becomes really important,” said Adrienne Marshall, a computational hydrologist at the Colorado School of Mines.
May 20, 2022
In coal country, a new chance to clean up a toxic legacy
“The potential to recover rare earths from acid mine drainage and other streams in the coal production and combustion process represent an example of a broader set of potentially unconventional but transformative sources for securing access to rare ....
May 19, 2022
U.S. coal isn’t counting on Europe for a comeback
That’s the case in Europe too, despite the current surge in demand as it moves off Russian coal, according to Ian Lange, who directs the mineral and energy economics program at the Colorado School of Mines.
May 17, 2022