Coal: The Global Case for Maintaining Our Fleet

  As we watch the international community stumble through the energy transition, we’re witnessing missteps at just about every turn. The war in Ukraine has allowed Putin to weaponize energy, upending energy markets and threatening fuel shortages across Europe. A growing list of affected countries... Read More

Grid Reliability is at a Tipping Point this Summer

Refrigerated medicine spoiling. Manufacturing facilities shutting down. Financial transactions coming to a halt. A lack of air conditioning that pushes indoor temperatures to punishing levels. When we hear the term “blackout” we think of a period without lights. But the ramifications of no electricity... Read More

Mining Makes the Holidays Happen

The experiences enjoyed and memories made from Thanksgiving through New Years are why we call it the “most wonderful time of the year.” While it’s people that drive this spirit of togetherness, we rely on a variety of technologies for our most treasured traditions. From traveling to see loved ones and... Read More