Is there a future role for coal?

Coal is a major, but increasingly controversial, source of energy. James Poyner puts forward his argument for its place as part of a diverse, secure UK energy portfolio

The UK burned 55 million tonnes of coal for electricity in 2012. Credit: Drax Group
The UK burned 55 million tonnes of coal for electricity in 2012. Credit: Drax Group

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