FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Platts:Total U.S. power generation during January was at 339.32 TWh, up 0.6% from the prior month but 5.1% lower than the year-ago month. It was also down 5.1% from the five-year average and was the lowest total generation for the corresponding month since 328.66 TWh in January 2006.Coal made up just 19.2% of the power generation in January, while natural gas generation was at 39.2%, compared with 21.5% of U.S. generation from coal and 38.4% from gas in December. In the year-ago month, coal’s power generation share was at 28.2%, while gas was at 33.3%.Natural gas generation in January was at 132.98 TWh, up 2.8% from a month earlier and 11.8% higher than the year-ago month. It was the highest power generation from gas in the month of January in over 47 years.Nuclear generation was at 74.2 TWh in January, up 1.5% from December and 0.7% higher than the year-ago month. Nuclear made up 21.9% of the generation share in January, up from 21.7% in December and 21.2% in January 2019.Generation from renewables, including hydro and solar, was at 63.46 TWh in January, up 7.2% from December and 5.6% from the year-ago month. Renewable’s power generation share was at 18.7%, up from 17.5% in December and 16.8% a year ago.Wind generation was at 28.4 TWh in January, up 4.5% month on month and 12.9% higher than a year ago. Utility solar generation was at 4.56 TWh, up 30.4% from a month earlier and up 24.7% from the year-ago month.[Tyler Godwin]More: January U.S. coal-fired generation falls 10.2% on month, 35.5% on year: EIA EIA: Coal generation fell to 19.2% of U.S. electricity market in January
LeSean McCoy’s availability is up in the air once again.The Bills running back underwent an MRI Monday that revealed a strained hamstring, and he is considered day to day, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported. McCoy was hurt in the team’s 27-23 loss to the Jets on Sunday. The veteran, who missed time with a concussion earlier this season, left the game in the first quarter and was seen walking with a slight limp on the sideline. He was later ruled out for the remainder of the game, finishing with two carries for 1 yard on nine offensive snaps.McCoy, 30, is averaging a career-low 3.3 yards per attempt this season. Despite logging just 145 carries for 479 yards in 12 games, he entered Sunday’s game as the Bills’ leading rusher, though he was passed Sunday by quarterback Josh Allen.The Bills (4-9) will likely be cautious with McCoy’s injury with only three games remaining. The team has backups Chris Ivory and Marcus Murphy to carry the bulk of the workload in his absence.