New Zealand’s Genesis Energy to extend life of coal-fired plant to 2030 « Carbon Pulse

New Zealand’s Genesis Energy to extend life of coal-fired plant to 2030

Published 09:35 on February 14, 2018  /  Last updated at 15:21 on February 14, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

New Zealand’s Genesis Energy will continue burning coal at its Huntly power station - one of the nation’s biggest buyers of carbon allowances - until 2030, marking an eight-year extension of previous plans.

New Zealand’s Genesis Energy will continue burning coal at its Huntly power station – one of the nation’s biggest buyers of carbon allowances – until 2030, marking an eight-year extension of previous plans.

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