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Finland plans to completely phase out coal by 2029

Finland’s environment minister declared the country would prohibit the use of coal in energy production in 2029. The Finnish government is also looking for a large-scale subsidy programme that will reward energy companies for abandoning fossil fuel before the expected time frame, as stated by EURACTIV.

read more... 30/04/2018

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Britain: Three days without coal in power generation

Coal neglected for three days in a row while generating electricity in Britain.

read more... 25/04/2018

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World’s first electric road launched in Sweden

The first electric road to charge electric vehicle while driving has been commissioned in Sweden.

read more... 25/04/2018

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Northern Ireland is invited to reduce its carbon intensity

Today, the Northern Ireland Renewables Industry Group (NIRIG) will make public a strategy to decarbonise the country's energy sector by 2050, while pushing economic development and keeping costs at low level for consumers.

read more... 24/04/2018

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Shell plans to allot about $2bn yearly for cleaner energy tech

Shell made known about its intention to invest approximately $2 billion annually in new forms of electrical generation and renewables until 2020.

read more... 18/04/2018

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