Spain’s carbon era expected to come to an end as Covid-19 drives gas generation and renewables expansion

3 September 2020 (Last Updated September 3rd, 2020 09:54)

Spain has implemented strict steps during the Covid-19 pandemic, the most notable being the country shutting down eight of its coal-based generation units, as well as its decision to phase out coal-based generation by 2025. The low cost of gas is acting as a likely trigger for the country to extend gas-based electricity generation, moving away from the unviable coal-based power plants.

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