07 January 2022
The new Czech government has announced Czechia will phase out coal by 2033 in its programme statement. It’s the 22nd European country to formalise a coal exit but joins five others in announcing a Paris Agreement incompatible date.
14 January 2022
The Slovenian government has announced that it will phase out coal by 2033 at the latest. The plan lacks ambition when compared to the coal phase out dates of peer countries like Slovakia (2030), North Macedonia (2027) and Greece (2025), and falls short of the country’s responsibility on climate change. Nevertheless, it brings a Paris-aligned, pre-2030 coal phase out within reach.
13 January 2022
LJUBLJANA, 13 January 2022 – The Slovenian government has announced that it will phase out coal by 2033 at the […]
23 December 2021
Spanish energy company Endesa has closed its 1160MW Litoral plant in Almeria. The company plans to construct 1.5 GW of […]