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Nearly 40% of electricity still comes from coal – how can we change this?

LNG container in the ocean

North American natural gas offers a solution for shifting from coal to renewables. It emits half the CO2 of coal, providing a reliable base load power for intermittent renewables like wind and solar. Exports of liquified natural gas can slash global emissions and ensure energy reliability and affordability. In the US electric power sector, the shift from coal to natural gas drove a 32% reduction in emissions between 2005 and 2019. This success can be replicated globally. Discover how Enbridge, an energy delivery leader, views LNG as a key component for a cleaner energy future.


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