Germany's USD 55bn plan to scrap coal clears cabinet hurdle

The Cabinet of Germany approves legislation that will see the country scrapping coal-fired energy by 2038, marking the end of long-lasting battles with governors and utilities over the cost of the phase-out.

Photo: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

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