Decline and fall: Record reduction in coal power expected in 2019

Michael Holder
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Coal power output is set to fall in 2019
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Coal power output is set to fall in 2019

Analysis signals coal power plant generation on the slide right across the globe

Global electricity production from coal is on track for an unprecedented three per cent drop in 2019, which would mark the largest annual fall on record, analysis today by Carbon Brief indicates. After...

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