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Backed Up Against the Environmental Wall, Clean Coal Makes a Comeback

Backed Up Against the Environmental Wall, Clean Coal Makes a Comeback

With the walls of alternative fuels closing in on the once versatile energy source, coal has witnessed a gradual decline in demand over the past few years and is slated to no longer being seen as the primary source of sustainable energy. Rising costs of coal extraction and stricter emission regulations by government bodies like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have threatened to end to coal’s reign as the energy source of choice. But a new spray on catalyst from an innovative company, Burn Less Coal’s catalyzing solution holds promise to breathe fresh life into coal’s future, and can even finance investment into zero discharge coal power.

New York, September 21, 2015 — The impact of the government’s Clean Air Act has set the stage for the decline of coal and has set in motion a chain of events that could transform coal completely by the end of the next decade. Recent coal demand surveys have also revealed that the coal industry has witnessed almost no increase in demand for nearly 7 years, which could soon translate in a complete seizure of sale and extraction as early as 2030. The devastating economic downturn of 2007 has also had a profound effect on the use of coal, with many western countries no longer considering it to be a feasible source of energy though its use is growing in the developing world.

Formed by centuries of decomposition and compression of vegetation other bio organisms, coal has had a rollercoaster ride over the past few decades as it began to be replaced with cleaner, and more efficient means of energy production, since its peak during the mid-1900s. Touted as an efficient, non-renewable source of energy, coal has lost favor with some government types, industry experts, and environmentalists alike, demanding a paradigm shift in focus to lower-polluting and more efficient sources of renewable energy without a sound strategy for what could replace it.

The recent bankruptcy of Alpha Natural Resources, the nation’s former leader in coal mining, has confirmed the industry’s fears that coal power plants are now facing a limited lease of life and as it could be replaced by alternative form of energy generation like natural gas. The biggest obstacle to adopting alternative sources of energy is the enormous infrastructure and development costs of setting up these new-age power plants, and the fact that there is no money to pay for their cashiering.

A more immediate solution is available to those faced with the question of coal’s shelf life, one that is gaining worldwide recognition and acclaim, in both the energy sector as well as with environmental groups. A unique spray on catalyst form Burn Less Coal is being regarded as the biggest discovery since coal itself, with a number of coal units already employing this revolutionary product and others still in the testing phase. This catalyst is proven to reduce coal consumption and emissions, by increasing the burn efficiency of coal. Since less coal is being used the power provider is able to save money or use the savings to fund more efficient air scrubbing technology.

About the Company: is an organization that has been established around a core objective of renewing coal’s lifespan as a sustainable energy source, and eliminating harmful emissions. Its spray on coal catalyst is a non-toxic, non-corrosive, and non-hazardous way of getting your coal to produce 15-25% more energy than it would without it. This catalyst will also help you save costs by increasing energy efficiency.

Charlles Bohdy, Senior Partner
4456 North Abbe Rd #103
Sheffield Village, Ohio 44035
Toll Free 844-les-coal
Phone 844-537-2625 or 440-219-1606

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