US demand for coal to generate electricity will keep falling in the coming months, federal officials said Thursday. This is despite President Trump’s efforts to shore up the struggling industry. Renewable energy sources including wind, solar and hydropower are expected to fill much of the gap left by coal's decline, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). However, natural gas is expected to remain the fuel of choice for power generation with an expected 40% share of US markets this summer.
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