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Netherlands Eye More Coal Power

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In a growing trend across European nations, the Netherlands is set to ease restrictions on coal fired plants to reduce its dependence on Russian gas.

  • The Netherlands caps production at 35% of capacity at its coal-fired plants to limit emissions which is expected to rise under new plans.
  • Germany, Austria and Italy have all voiced similar plans to rely more heavily on coal fired power over the past week.
  • Dutch Energy Minister Rob Jetten said last week, “I am increasingly concerned whether all gas storage facilities in Europe can be filled,”
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In a growing trend across European nations, the Netherlands is set to ease restrictions on coal fired plants to reduce its dependence on Russian gas.

  • The Netherlands caps production at 35% of capacity at its coal-fired plants to limit emissions which is expected to rise under new plans.
  • Germany, Austria and Italy have all voiced similar plans to rely more heavily on coal fired power over the past week.
  • Dutch Energy Minister Rob Jetten said last week, “I am increasingly concerned whether all gas storage facilities in Europe can be filled,”