Spain should ‘follow UK example’ and end coal use by 2025

Spain should follow the UK’s lead and present a “detailed plan” to shut down the country’s remaining coal-fired plants by 2025 in line with Paris goals, according to legal campaigning organisation Instituto Internacional de Derecho y Medio Ambiente

Spain should follow the UK’s lead and present a “detailed plan” to shut down the country’s remaining coal-fired plants by 2025 in line with Paris goals, according to legal campaigning organisation Instituto Internacional de Derecho y Medio Ambiente (IIDMA).

Last week, the UK government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy confirmed the country would transition away from unabated coal by 2025 – i.e. close down plants which operate without any carbon capture and storage technology.

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