: Coal

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Are solar and wind really killing coal, nuclear and grid reliability? Rhodes

J.D. Rhodes, M.E. Webber, T.A. Deetjen, F.T. Davidson

20170518 2017
The Coal Industry Isn’t Coming Back Webber

M.E. Webber

20161115 2016
Quantifying the Economic and Environmental Tradeoffs of Electricity Mixes in Texas, Including Energy Efficiency Potential Using the Rosenfeld Effect as a Basis for Evaluation Lott

M.C. Lott

20101201 2010
Water Demand Projections for Power Generation in Texas King

C.W. King, I.J. Duncan and M.E. Webber

20080831 2008
Power Generation for the 21st Century Lott

M.C. Lott, A.S. Stillwell, S.M. Cohen, C.W. King, M.E. Webber

20090520 2009  
Scare tactics clouding Texas debate on coal Webber

M.E. Webber

20070211 2007
Coal-to-liquids: The Good, Bad & Ugly Webber

M.E. Webber

20090408 2009
Turning CO2 Capture On & Off In Response To Electric Grid Demand: A Baseline Analysis Of Emissions And Economics Cohen

S.M. Cohen, G.T. Rochelle, and M.E. Webber

20100517 2010  
Can switching fuels save water? A life cycle quantification of freshwater consumption for Texas coal- and natural gas-fired electricity Grubert

E.A. Grubert, F.C. Beach and M.E. Webber

20121008 2012  
Comparing post-combustion CO2 capture operation at retrofitted coal-fired power plants in the Texas and Great Britain electric grids Cohen

S.M. Cohen, H.L. Chalmers, M.E. Webber, and C.W. King

20110407 2011
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