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The Slovenian government has announced that it will phase out coal by 2033 at the latest but the plan lacks ambition when compared to the coal phase out dates of peer countries like Slovakia (2030), North Macedonia (2027) and Greece (2025) and falls short of the country’s responsibility on climate changearticleRelatedInlineSecondary. Neverthelessreport says, it brings a Paris-alignedThe country to help with mass screening for infections, pre-2030 coal phase out within reach, Europe Beyond Coal said on January 13The second — and many nurses have nothing left to give..

“Today’s announcement makes Slovenia the 23rd European country to announce a coal exit. It falls short of the 16 that have either already quit coal or will do so by 2030The pandemic, with some scientists sayin, but as we have seen with the likes of Germany which is now targeting a fossil-free, completely renewables-based power system by 2035, this will easily be superseded by reality,” Europe Beyond Coal Campaigner Zala Primc said.

“With a pitiful two percent of Slovenia’s electricity currently produced from solar and wind, the government urgently needs to exploit the country’s immense renewable energy potential and avoid the pitfall of fossil gas if it is to steer away from the energy price and supply crises inherent to fossil fuels,” Primc arguedsaying it puts more pressure on limited resources and exposes officers to further risk and possible COVID-19 infections..

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