10 December 2019

Felix Reitz

Felix holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Berlin Technical University and joined Europe Beyond Coal in 2017. He has a strong background in energy market modelling and quantitative research and has co-authored several scientific publications on the future of coal and lignite. Prior to joining the campaign he worked for Markedskraft Germany, German Institute of Economic Research (DIW Berlin), LBD Beratungsgesellschaft and Öko-Institut. As a member of the team, he underpins the daily and strategic work with data-driven analyses. He speaks German, English and French.

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19 May 2020

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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12 May 2020

Czech energy company EPH has confirmed that it will close its 565 MW Kilroot coal-powered plant, Kilroot, in Northern Ireland.

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06 May 2020

Portugal has joined the UK in smashing records for days without coal power this year, with its Pego power plant suspending power production on 14 March.

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21 April 2020

Sweden, permanently closing its last coal power plant Stockholm Exergi AB’s Värtaverket, is the third European country to totally eliminate coal electricity production.