The last coal-fired combined heat and power plant in Denmark will close in 2028, thereby bringing the national coal phase-out forward by two years.
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Denmark’s District Heating Funen has announced that it will stop burning coal at its Fynsværket coal power plant in 2022 - three years earlier than planned.
Ørsted announced in 2017 it will cease coal use by 2023. At the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit, the company annoucned it will stop using coal from 2022.
The Danish Amager 3 coal unit in Copenhagen is out of operation at the end of March. This leaves Denmark, with four coal plants.
As part of its plan to quit coal by 2023, Ørsted energy is converting Asnæs CHP plant from coal to […]
Avedore power station, south of Copenhagen, quit coal in 2016, one of several plants affected by Danish utility Ørsted’s switch […]
The coal-fired boiler at Danish power plant Østkraft was converted to combust biomass instead of coal in late 2016. Østkraft […]
The Studstrup CHP plant in Aarhus stopped using coal in October 2016, and converted to consume wood pellets as fuel. […]