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Germany: energy company RWE agrees to close its coal-fired power plants by 2030

2022-10-04T08:51:47.639Z

The energy leader RWE said on Tuesday that it would no longer use its coal-fired power stations from 2030. This decision will save 280 million tonnes of CO2 according to Robert Habeck, the German Minister of the Economy.



German energy giant RWE announced on Tuesday that it wants to end coal-fired electricity generation by 2030, advancing its plans by eight years.

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We are going to end the production of electricity from lignite in 2030, which is twice as fast as expected

,” RWE boss Markus Krebber told a press conference.

This will make it possible to save 280 million tonnes of CO2, specified the Ecologist Minister of the Economy, Robert Habeck, during this conference.

Source: lefigaro

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