EU nations phasing out coal power “sooner than expected” -Commission

Published 18:10 on September 18, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:58 on September 18, 2020  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Coal power phaseout plans by EU member states have accelerated in the past few months to suggest that the fuel's share of the bloc's electricity mix may decline by more than two-thirds over the 15 years to 2030, according to a European Commission assessment of the 27 nations’ climate plans.

Coal power phaseout plans by EU member states have accelerated in the past few months to suggest that the fuel’s share of the bloc’s electricity mix may decline by more than two-thirds over the 15 years to 2030, according to a European Commission assessment of the 27 nations’ climate plans.

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