103 companies still operate coal power plants in the EU, this report models every company’s impact from their coal power plants on the air we breathe.
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PGE, one of the biggest polluters in Europe, is constantly undermining efforts to address climate change by continuing its coal business.
Since the start of 2016, 69 coal plants have closed or announced to close in Europe, and a net 31 planned projects have been cancelled.
German energy company Uniper has confirmed it does not intend to align its business with the goals of the Paris climate agreement.
We’ve done our half-year check on planned coal projects and found that 6 projects appear to be shelved: Çerkezköy, Ergene […]
Poland has taken a welcome step forward on phasing out coal this week, after state-owned coal utility PGE permanently closed the B1.
Europe Beyond Coal’s new Coal Exit Tracker makes it crystal clear exactly which governments and companies are making progress on coal and damage they are doing.
More than 280 power plants in Europe continue to produce coal fired energy. The carbon released by the plants into […]
By Elena Bixel, campaign researcher with Europe Beyond Coal. Kohle ist für ein Viertel der globalen CO Emissionen verantwortlich und […]