28 Feb '18, 3am

Coal India Concludes Renewables Will Substantially Decrease Demand For Coal

Coal India Concludes Renewables Will Substantially Decrease Demand For Coal

The new Coal India report also seems to underestimate the speed with which renewable energy technologies like solar and onshore wind will be cost competitive with coal — a trend being seen the world over, mind you. In the end — as it is with fossil fuel-reliant countries and fossil fuel companies the world over — predictions of a global transition to a low-carbon economy seem not to be infiltrating near-term expectations. This will likely be to the economic ruin of many.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2018/02/27/coal-india-concludes...

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