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The nuclear reactor in Somerset is due to come offline in July this year, with government officials stating it is too old to continue energy production, having previously extended its generating life by seven years back in 2016. Instead, the British government is calling on energy providers to keep their coal-fuelled power stations running in order to ensure the UK has a steady supply of energy.
  • May 2, 2022
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European coal prices could increase further, as an EU-instituted a ban on Russian coal imports forced traders to search an already tight market for alternative supplies. The front-quarter API 2 contract traded up $2.80 at $299/t, on Ice Futures, which is still some way short of early March’s record high of $500/t.
  • April 12, 2022
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The mine which falls in the Czech-Polish border has raised anxiety about safe drinking water among the Czechs and energy security among the Polish; the EU Court may order Poland to suspend operations temporarily
  • May 12, 2021
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he EU is on a mission. They need to decarbonize their power sector and fast. Is Europe heading in the right direction for a carbon-neutral future? Yes. It is encouraging to see that the EU’s production of hard coal has reduced to 77% (65 million tonnes) compared to that of 1990. The more pressing questions though are how to transition smoothly from coal to gas, the status of coal plant phase-outs, and its site’s transformation.
  • April 21, 2021
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