CO2 Emissions Cut by 32% Thanks to Natural Gas Use
According to a new report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), generating electricity has shifted from coal to natural gas, resulting in a 32 percent drop in CO2 emissions over the last 15 years.

The report said that “lower CO2 emissions have largely been a result of a shift from coal to natural gas in the electricity generation mix. In 2005, coal made up 50% of U.S. electricity generation; that share declined to 23% in 2019.
Conversely, natural gas increased from 19% of total generation in 2005 to 38% in 2019.”

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Production Down, But Consumption Up
The International Energy Agency released their latest monthly Gas Statistics report including March 2021 and despite the fact that we are coming out of pandemic and production of natural gas decreased by 1.8% compared to that time last year, the Consumption of natural gas actually increased by 1.5% in that same period. 

This information would fly in the face of the assumptions of the Energy Master Plan which says consumption will go down. If we continue consuming more at the same time we are producing less, increased costs are sure to follow making it less affordable to live, work and raise your family. You can follow the monthly statistics and get more information here.                                                                                                         
Transparency Watch - 500 Days And Counting...
What you could do if given over five hundred days? Well in over five hundred days New Jersey still hasn't been able to level with the public and provide any information about the coming Energy tax increases because of the costs of their proposals in the Energy Master Plan.
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