Uniper to voluntarily shut 2.9 GW in German hard coal plants, forgo compensation

Published 16:02 on January 30, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:57 on January 30, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

German utility Uniper will “lead by example” and voluntarily shut down a total 2.9 GW in hard coal-fired power generation capacity by 2025, it announced on Thursday, with the company forgoing any compensation as it presses ahead with opening a major new 1.1GW plant.

German utility Uniper will “lead by example” and voluntarily shut down a total 2.9 GW in hard coal-fired power generation capacity by 2025, it announced on Thursday, with the company forgoing any compensation as it presses ahead with opening a major new 1.1GW plant.

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