John Kerry claims US will end coal power plants by 2030

John Kerry is telling the world that the US won’t have any coal power plants by 2030 and he credits Biden for this:

NEWSMAX – United States Special Presidential Envoy on Climate John Kerry said Tuesday that the nation will not have coal in 2030, about eight years from now.

“By 2030 in the United States, we won’t have coal,” Kerry said Tuesday during an interview with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait, at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow. “We will not have coal plants.”

He also said the U.S. will be free of fossil fuels in its energy production sector by 2035, thanks to President Joe Biden’s initiatives.

“We’re saying we are going to be carbon free in the power sector by 2035,” Kerry said. “I think that’s leadership. I think that’s indicative of what we can do.”

Kerry’s remarks came during the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

According to the administration, coal accounts for nearly 20% of energy in the US:

Coal accounted for 19.3% of the country’s energy production in 2020, producing about the same amounts as nuclear and renewables, but well behind the 40.5% produced by natural gas, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.



This hoax is wrecking the country and it’s going to just cost energy prices to soar.

But it’s not just coal. What about when natural gas is only a fraction of what it is now because Democrats refuse to allow fracking? That will put the onus on solar panels and windmills and crap like that, which will cost more.

Remember how the blizzard that hit Texas last year froze up all of their windmills?

In the end, everyone will end up paying more for energy. But hey, it’ll be clean energy, right? So what if poorer people can’t afford to heat their homes in the winter and cool their homes in the summer. Some of them may die, but we’ll have clean energy!

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