European coal emissions slump 11 per cent

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European coal emissions slump 11 per cent

Closure of UK coal plants and switching to gas and renewables has led to a sharp fall in EU greenhouse gas emissions, but analysts fear carbon-savings from industry are 'stalling'

The pressure on the European coal power sector was again underlined this week, with the release of new data showing emissions from coal power plants covered by the EU's emissions trading scheme (ETS) fell...

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