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Dutch parliament wants to close remaining coal plants

Friday, 23 September 2016

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In September the Dutch parliament has voted to cut CO2 emissions by 55%. The Dutch want to achieve this ambitious, though non-binding, goal by 2030. It would require the country to close its five remaining coal-fired power stations. Three of the five stations were connected to the grid as late as in 2015. The vote is in accordance with a pap...

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