‘Complacent’ regulators under fire over approach to EU combustion plant rules

Member states are taking an unambitious approach to cutting emissions of dangerous pollutants from large combustion plants as new EU rules come into force, a green group has said.

by Simon Pickstone
A couple walks past Poland's Belchatow power station, the world's largest lignite-fired plant. Campaigners have said member states are not ambitious enough in their approach to new emissions rules. Photo: Omar Marques/Getty Images
A couple walks past Poland's Belchatow power station, the world's largest lignite-fired plant. Campaigners have said member states are not ambitious enough in their approach to new emissions rules. Photo: Omar Marques/Getty Images

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