Latest Government Data Show GHG Emissions Continue to Decline Thanks to Increased Natural Gas Use

New data released this week by two federal agencies put the significant greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions attributable to the growing switch to natural gas-fired electricity generation in the spotlight.

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