While modern district heating systems can significantly contribute to the integration of renewable energy in order to decarbonise our energy system, many of the existing systems in Central and Eastern Europe are still highly inefficient and heavily reliant on fossil fuels, such as oil, fossil gas or coal.
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We're running out of time to address climate change, and while the EU is doing more and more to act on it and clean up industry, one of its key laws to cut industrial pollution does not cover carbon emissions! This has to change, and we have an opportunity to do it right now!
A coal phase-out strategy was published at the end of 2020 but Slovenia is only looking at scenarios incompatible with the Paris Agreement.
The fossil businesses are being handed nearly $5 trillion in subsidies each year, they cannot survive without investors, banks, and costly insurance.
Known for having the tallest flue-gas stack in Europe, Trbovlje Power Station in the Sava valley originally had four coal-fired […]