Energy Bill sounds death knell for king coal

Jessica Shankleman
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Greenpeace welcomes government move to close loophole in Emissions Performance Standard, bringing an end to new unabated coal-fired power plants in the UK

Green campaigners have hailed the end to new unabated coal-fired power plants in the UK, after the government used its newly-published Energy Bill to close a "whopping loophole" that would have allowed...

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