Czech Coal Commission prefers end of coal by 2038

Published: 07.12.2020 Related countries:  Egypt Egypt

Coal Commission agreed to reduce coal in the Czech Republic by 2038.

On December 4, 2020, the Coal Commission agreed to reduce coal in the Czech Republic by 2038. Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said that this was a compromise solution, which means ensuring energy self-sufficiency and CO2 savings of 138 million tons. The costs associated with investments in new resources and solutions will reach CZK 355bn. The commission recommendation including conditions will now be discussed by the government.



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