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Supreme Court Pushes Back on EPA Overreach

Peabody Energy President and Chief Executive Officer Glenn Kellow today praised the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) rule for power plant emissions.


High-Efficiency Technologies: Essential for Energy Access and Emission Reductions

The energy decisions we advance today must ensure a clean, reliable supply of affordable electricity for all people around the world, says Peabody Energy Executive Chairman Greg Boyce. Greater use of high-efficiency, low emissions technologies can help achieve these objectives.


Peabody Energy Executive Chairman Greg Boyce at 21st Conference of Montreal: Technology is the Bridge to a Low-Carbon Energy Future

Peabody Energy Executive Chairman Gregory H. Boyce has called for greater deployment of high-efficiency, low emissions (HELE) technology as the bridge toward sustainable global energy systems. Boyce delivered remarks during an energy plenary discussion at the International Economic Forum of the Americas Conference of Montreal.


Cleaning Up China's Coal Power

By Greg Boyce, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Peabody Energy

Greg Boyce says given China's heavy reliance on coal-fuelled power, the focus must be on cleaning it up – with help from new technology that can drastically reduce the emissions

Copyright 2015 South China Morning Post. Reprinted with permission.


Lessons Learned from Down Under

Carbon taxes and renewable mandates drive electricity prices up. The experience in Australia offers a dramatic example. Australia elected a new government with the mandate to repeal the carbon tax in 2014, which was estimated to cost the economy more than $20 million a day. Australia has some of the highest electricity prices in the developed world.

The United States can learn a lesson from Down Under by rejecting costly proposed carbon rules on power plants.


How to Avoid More Pain at the Plug Through Greater Use of Technology

By Greg Boyce, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Peabody Energy.

There is an increasingly robust debate about America’s energy future playing out across There is an increasingly robust debate about America’s energy future playing out across the nation from the White House… to the Halls of Congress… to the corner coffee shop. Few could argue that alleviating energy inequality is a first order priority. Yet the policies the Administration is pursuing here and around the world suggest America has lost its way.


Invest in coal: It's the Answer, Not the Problem

By Frank Clemente PhD.
Energy from fossil fuels is the lifeblood of modern society. Coal, oil and natural gas provide 82 percent of our energy and support an ever improving quality of life for billions across the world.


What Technology is Powering Your Future?

The answer: clean coal technology.
Coal powers more electricity around the world than any other fuel and is increasingly important to our energy future. Coal is expected to become the world’s largest energy source in coming years, surpassing oil.


From Candles to Computers

Linda Jing discusses growing up in rural China with limited access to electricity and the empowering experience of moving to a major city.


FutureGen Project Shutdown Could Harm EPA’s CCS Justification In NSPS

The decision by the Department of Energy (DOE) to pull the plug on $1 billion in funding for the FutureGen carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project could legally undermine EPA’s proposed new source performance standard (NSPS) that requires new coal plants to install the technology, critics say.

Copyright 2015 InsideWashington Publishers. Reprinted with permission.

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