Picking winners and losers in EU electricity

By The Wildcat 21 April 2017
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The Datteln 4 coal-fired power plant in Germany. (E.On) The Datteln 4 coal-fired power plant in Germany. (E.On)

AN EU proposal to exclude coal-fired power plants from participating in capacity remuneration mechanisms is facing strong opposition from the industry.

Stakeholder feedback to the European Commission’s mega-package for electricity market reform is now coming in thick and fast. Not surprisingly, a proposal to prevent coal-fired power plants from taking part in capacity mechanisms is proving controversial.

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