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Dutch law forces Vattenfall to close coal plant early

Vattenfall has been forced to close its Hemweg-8 coal-fired plant ten years early due to a Dutch law, which forbids the use of coal as fuel in electricity production. However, the Swedish utility welcomes the clairity.

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Swedish court approves 1,800 MW project

The third stage of Europe's largest onshore wind project has been approved. The installation of 442 wind turbines will begin as soon as possible, says developer.

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