MPs urge government to ban new coal-fired power stations

James S Murray
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Committee recommends government imposes emissions performance standard, but warns it will have to tread carefully

The government should move swiftly to introduce an emissions performance standard (EPS) that effectively bans construction of new coal-fired power stations without carbon capture and storage (CCS) capabilities....

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