07 June 2021

Chemnitz-Nord lignite plant to close six years earlier than planned

Operator Eins Energie für Sachsen says it will stop burning lignite at its Chemnitz-Nord power plant in 2023, six years earlier than planned, due to prohibitively high carbon permit prices.

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Operator Eins Energie für Sachsen has decided to bring forward the closure, Germany’s Chemnitz-Nord plant will shut six years earlier.

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