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European Union Must Leave Coal Behind To Meet Paris Agreement, Says World Energy Council

The European Union must step away from its reliance on coal, and develop an integrated power grid supported by clear and flexible regulations to transition towards renewable energy sources, if the region is to meet its Paris Agreement commitments. These were the findings discussed at a session entitled ‘European electricity market harmonisation and the role [&hellip European Union Must Leave Coal Behind To Meet Paris Agreement, Says World Energy Council was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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