Coal and electrical industry

Coal  is a vital fuel source for tackling the challenges facing the modern world - namely, the rapid rise in electricity consumption. Coal  is relatively inexpensive, more accessible than other fossil fuels, and reserves are more evenly distributed around the world.

The role of coal in the electricity industry

People would not have enjoyed their present human civilization without electricity. Electricity is everywhere: it helps light up houses, buildings, streets; electricity to help provide heat for civil and industrial purposes; electricity is used to power most home appliances, office equipment, and factory machinery. Improving access to electricity around the world is also a key factor in closing the rich-poor gap.

Coal  plays a huge role in the electricity industry worldwide. Currently, 38% of the world's average electricity production is generated from coal-fired thermal power  . This figure is even greater in a few countries with well-developed thermal power industries.

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