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54% Of European Coal Plants Are Cashflow-Negative, Will Rise To 97% By 2030, Claims Carbon Tracker

A new report from London-based think-tank Carbon Tracker has concluded that 54% of all EU coal plants are currently loss-making, a number which will increase to 97% by 2030 and that a total phase-out of coal by 2030 could stem utility losses by up to €22 billion ($26 billion)
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