'A turning point': IEA predicts global coal demand set to fall by 2026

James Murray
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International Energy Agency predicts global coal demand to fall by 2.6 per cent by 2026, even if governments fail to deliver new policies in support of goals agreed at COP28 Climate Summit

Global coal demand may rise this year, but it is set to start falling by 2026 as soaring renewables output starts to impact coal generation in multiple markets around the world. That is the headline...

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