Replication data for: The Fall of Coal: Joint Impacts of Fuel Prices and Renewables on Generation and Emissions

Daniel T. Kaffine & Harrison Fell
Since 2007, US coal-fired electricity generation has declined by a stunning 25 percent. Detailed daily unit-level data is used to examine the joint impact of natural gas prices and wind generation on coal-fired generation and emissions, with a focus on the interaction between gas prices and wind. This interaction is found to be significant. Marginal responses of coal-fired generation to natural gas prices (wind) in 2013 were larger, sometimes much larger, than the counterfactual with...
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