Yes, coal is very much still in use. Many power plants burn cola to produce electricity, particularly in under developed countries with growing economies. China is one of the largest users right now.
Yes, and there are still coal miners.
To make Porcelain dolls.
to rake coal
Most of the provisions written by the delegates at the Constitutional Convention of the United States are still used today. The way the president is elected has been modified.
We have social security due to FDR.
Yes, coal is still used today to produce a large percentage of the electricity in the United States and elsewhere.
Today coal is mostly used for providing the fuel for electric power plants.
Coal is mainly used for Electricity and Heat
The vast majority of coal is used to generate electricity in power stations.
There are still coal towns today. There are several located in Ohio in Jackson, Vinton, Hocking, Perry, Athens and Guernsey counties.
Coal is still used in many steam engines today. Coal is not used on diesel trains or electric trains simply because it is not fuel for them. Electric trains and diesel trains are the most common trains in use, and not trains capable of using coal, because they are more efficent and much less costly to maintain.
yes it is still used today
For electricity it is still coal, for transport it is oil
In a limited way, yes. Old habits are hard to change so Coal, Oil, Nuclear are still being used.
some dutch words that we still use today are cookie waffle and coal.