The end of coal: EU energy companies pledge no new plants from 2020

Europe’s energy utilities have rung a death knell for coal, with a historic pledge that no new coal-fired plants will be built in the EU after 2020. The surprise announcement was made at a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday, 442 years after the continent’s first pit was sunk by Sir George Bruce of Carnock, in Scotland. National energy companies from every EU nation – except Poland and Greece – have signed up to the

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The end of coal: EU energy companies pledge no new plants from 2020

Europe’s energy utilities have rung a death knell for coal, with a historic pledge that no new coal-fired plants will be built in the EU after 2020. The surprise announcement was made at a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday, 442 years after the continent’s first pit was sunk by Sir George Bruce of Carnock, in Scotland. National energy companies from every EU nation – except Poland and Greece – have signed up to the

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