"Analysts say the impact of those moves will be softened by market forces and state government actions. 'A lot of the reductions in emissions that we’ve seen over the last five years or so are due to state policies, but most important is the cheap price of natural gas and the rapidly falling cost of renewables,' said Raymond Kopp, an energy and climate specialist at Resources for the Future, a Washington-based think tank."
Emission Impossible? Signs of Coal Revival in Store
Media Highlight from Salon — April 8, 2018