News Digest Item
03 Jul 2017

"Act, don't wait"


A new study by energy consultancy Brainpool, commissioned by Greenpeace, outlines a detailed plan for exiting coal in Germany, so the country can reach its emissions-cutting goals. The study details when which coal-powered plants should be shut off between now and 2030.

Read an article about the coal exit in German on the Greenpeace website here.

Find a copy of the study in German here.

Read about coal in Germany in a CLEW dossier.

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