TransAlta emissions fall 20% in 2020 amid lower Alberta coal generation

Published 20:59 on March 3, 2021  /  Last updated at 20:59 on March 3, 2021  /  Americas, Canada  /  No Comments

Calgary-based power generator TransAlta saw its GHG emissions fall 20% last year partially due to lower thermal coal output and gas conversions that will result in lower compliance obligations under Alberta’s market-based large emitter programme, according to year-end earnings published Wednesday.

Calgary-based power generator TransAlta saw its GHG emissions fall 20% last year partially due to lower thermal coal output and gas conversions that will result in lower compliance obligations under Alberta’s market-based large emitter programme, according to year-end earnings published Wednesday.

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