European court rules Aberthaw coal plant in breach of air quality rules

James Murray
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European court rules Aberthaw coal plant in breach of air quality rules

Long-running legal battle sees European Court of Justice conclude controversial power plant breached air quality rules

The European Court of Justice has reportedly ruled that the Aberthaw coal-fired power station in south Wales has breached EU air quality rules. The power plant, which is operated by RWE, is already...

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