It is due to its abundance and easy accessibility. However, like any non-renewable resource, economists predict that it will become more expensive as our reserves are depleted. We expect there to be a peak of some sort when coal production is highest, and after that the price will go up as people scramble to get a resource that is becoming rarer and rarer. Usually, the “peak (insert non-renewable resource here)” discussion centers around more expensive resources like oil and rare metals.
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