Poland, Greece reject EU utility pledge for no new coal from 2020

Published 18:31 on April 5, 2017  /  Last updated at 19:00 on April 5, 2017  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Polish and Greek power sector associations have rejected a commitment by their EU-wide parent group Eurelectric to not build new coal power plants after 2020, though analysts doubt Eurelectric's move would have affected any utility investment decisions.

Polish and Greek power sector associations have rejected a commitment by their EU-wide parent group Eurelectric to not build new coal power plants after 2020, though analysts doubt Eurelectric’s move would have affected any utility investment decisions.

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