Poland could halve coal consumption by 2030

Belchatow Coal Mine, PolandHere comes another article for Cleantechies, this time focusing on a problem plaguing many nations, coal. This fossil fuels does indeed provides a large part of the electricity there. Here is the introduction :

” Poland – as many East European nations – relies very heavily on coal as 90 percent of its electricity comes from the dirties fossil fuel. Worse, over two thirds of their coal-fired plants are over 30 years old and thus highly inefficient. “

Luckily, this could change soon if local politicians enacted the right policies as the full article shows. As usual, please enjoy and share this article.

By Edouard

Edouard is a sustainability and energy professional committed to bringing our societies to a carbon neutral future. He has been writing on related topics on this very blog since 2007.

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