Berlin, 24 September 2019 - The Greek Prime Minister and Hungarian President have just announced that they will phase out all coal-powered electricity production by 2028 and 2030 respectively, paving the way for a just transition to renewable energy.
iROZHLAS -Západ Evropy se s uhlím loučí, na východě se uhelné elektrárny staví. Zmapovali jsme plány vlády i ČEZApril 2, 2019
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Der Kohleausstieg ist schon lange ein großes Thema in Deutschland. Wie aber sehen die Kohleausstiegspläne anderer Länder aus?
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