EU’s emergency coal plant use to have ‘negligible’ emissions impact -think-tank

Published 00:01 on July 13, 2022  /  Last updated at 14:15 on July 12, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Plans in Europe to place several phased-out coal power plants on standby in case Russian gas supplies suddenly stop would add no more than 1.3% to emissions annually, an environmental think-tank said on Wednesday in findings that suggest the moves will have a limited bearing on climate efforts.

Plans in Europe to place several phased-out coal power plants on standby in case Russian gas supplies suddenly stop would add no more than 1.3% to emissions annually, an environmental think-tank said on Wednesday in findings that suggest the moves will have a limited bearing on climate efforts.

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