European Commission data published today shows that RWE’s Weisweiler lignite power station has replaced the UK’s Drax power station as Europe’s 5th largest CO2 emitter in 2014. This means for the first time since the EU ETS was set up in 2005, 4 out of 5 of the largest CO2 emitters are German lignite power stations.
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