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Europe is getting off coal even faster than expected
by Kristin Toussaint
Fast Company Translate This Article
8 May 2020
On 8 May 2020 Fast Company reported:
across Europe, countries are making strides toward a fossil-free future. In April, Austria and Sweden closed their last coal plants -- the latter nearly two years ahead of schedule -- officially eliminating coal from their countries' energy production. Last week, Great Britain hit a milestone when England, Scotland, and Wales went past the 18-day mark without generating any coal-fired power, the longest period of time for such a record since the Industrial Revolution (and still going). This week, Portugal celebrated 52 days without using coal-based electricity.
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