Moody's: Renewables boom poses credit risk for coal and gas power plants

James S Murray
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Credit ratings agency warns increases in renewable power have had 'a profound negative impact' on the competitiveness of thermal generation companies

Global credit risk agency Moody's has today released a potentially explosive new report warning that the credit quality of European thermal power plants will continue to be damaged as a result of the Continent's...

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