The future of coal has darkened considerably with energy company PKN ORLEN announcing that it will not invest in Ostrołęka C as a coal-fired project.
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Czech-based energy investor EPH, announced its intent to acquire the remaining shares of a 900 MW coal power plant in the German city of Schkopau.
Polish state-owned energy company PGE has omitted the Gubin coal mine project from its latest financial report, confirming in this way that it has been shelved.
UK bank Barclays has bypassed an opportunity to put right its weak fossil fuel policy with the release of its new environmental report.
This report finds that Fortum is taking on responsibility for coal plants that caused about premature deaths and spent millions in health costs in 2016.
This report takes a close look at eight European financial institutions with the most significant ties to the eight most polluting utilities in Europe.
The bank UniCredit is one of the last ones in the EU that is still involved in providing loans to many European energy companies that mine or burn coal.
The principles in this briefing are intended to guide financial institutions and to align portfolios with the UN Paris Climate Agreement.
EÜAŞ (Electricity Generation Company) founded in 2001. This briefing summarises the electricty production of EÜAŞ in Turkey.