When the coal plant in my home town of Barrington, North Carolina was built in the 1930s, it was a major energy generator.
It was built to provide power to the local community and it’s still generating about 30% of its energy from coal.
This generation is going to be more than half the energy coming from renewables in the UK.
As a coal power generation facility, it’s not perfect, but it’s got a good reputation.
It’s also got the capacity to generate electricity that can last longer and it produces a lot of clean, safe, cheap electricity.
This year, I think it’s important that we keep that reputation and keep investing in this project, because I think that it will continue to be an important asset to the British energy system.
But it is going down a path that we don’t need.
We need to get out of coal altogether, because it’s been a major part of the UK economy for over 100 years.
Coal power plants are a huge energy source, but they are also a huge liability to the environment.
There are many examples of this.
Coal plants emit hundreds of tonnes of CO2 per year.
These CO2 emissions are emitted by coal plants, but also by other sources, and in the end, the biggest contributor to the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions is from the combustion of fossil fuels, so the CO2 released by these plants is a major contributor to climate change.
The carbon emissions from coal plants in the British economy have doubled in the last 20 years, and that is because of the increase in coal consumption.
Now, if we want to get back to where we were 100 years ago, we need to transition away from coal power, because that is not going to happen with this type of plant.
And, so, there are many people who believe that coal power is not a good thing, and there are people who say it’s a bad thing to have any kind of carbon emissions at all in the country.
What we need is to have the right mix of coal power and renewables, so that we have an energy system that is sustainable, but we also can make sure that we are not destroying the planet.
I think that we need coal power to be at the top of the energy mix in the energy supply, and we also need to be looking at ways of building new plants, because we’re going to need more coal power over the next 50 years.
If we’re really serious about climate change, we have to transition to renewables, and then we have the opportunity to do it without burning fossil fuels.
We need to invest in renewables because the climate change impacts from coal are very serious.
In the UK, the energy bills of our average household are going to increase by an average of £7,000 a year, and the average household is not even making enough to pay for the bills themselves.
There are people in the government, in parliament, who are going through all sorts of difficult times trying to convince the public that it is better to get rid of coal, than to continue with fossil fuels because it is a large part of our economy, and it is part of how we generate energy.
So, we must get the coal power plants out of the way, and I think the coal plants should be phased out completely.
For the next 100 years, we’re investing in renewable energy, and renewable energy should be a key part of building a sustainable energy future for the UK in the next decade.
David Llewellyn is director of research at the Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, and was part of a panel on renewable energy to present a report to the Energy Minister, Amber Rudd, last week.