EU's sole new coal plant teeters

Investors behind the only new coal plant planned in the EU have opted to suspend financing. The facility will be built, asserts coming co-owner – but not necessarily with coal in the cauldron.
Photo: Energa
Photo: Energa

Poland's Ostrołęka power plant has long been a thorn in the eye of the EU's green energy transition plans. While efforts are being made to phase out coal from the union's energy mix, the power plant's owners have spent more than a decade expanding black capacity with the new coal-fired block C rated at 1,000 MW.

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