Output from Europe’s largest coal plant could be replaced by wind and solar -report

Published 10:59 on October 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:59 on October 20, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Europe’s largest coal-fired power plant could replace most of its lignite generation with renewables paired with batteries or lower-carbon thermal capacity, according to a report from a clean energy research group, outlining a strategy that would lower the overall power system costs in the Polish region where it is located while maintaining energy security.

Europe’s largest coal-fired power plant could replace most of its lignite generation with renewables paired with batteries or lower-carbon thermal capacity, according to a report from a clean energy research group, outlining a strategy that would lower the overall power system costs in the Polish region where it is located while maintaining energy security.

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