Australia’s AGL brings forward coal plant closures, sets 2040 net zero target for clean energy arm

Published 05:36 on February 10, 2022  /  Last updated at 05:36 on February 10, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Climate Talks  /  No Comments

AGL, Australia’s largest owner of power generation assets, will bring forward the closure dates of two coal power plants and commit to net zero emissions by 2040 for its new low carbon business, it said Thursday.

AGL, Australia’s largest owner of power generation assets, will bring forward the closure dates of two coal power plants and commit to net zero emissions by 2040 for its new low carbon business, it said Thursday.

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