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Video: G7 Countries Including United States Reach Agreement to Shut Down All Coal-Fired Power Plants by 2035

Democrat Climate Change Cult: Ban Everything!


 

TheGatewayPundit.com

Ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) nations have agreed to eliminate all coal-fired power plants by 2035.

The countries that are members of the Group of Seven (G7) are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, as well as the European Union.

This declaration was made by Andrew Bowie, a UK minister at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, during an interview in Turing, Italy.

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Irrational Policies Drive Coal Plant Shutdowns, Incentivize Overbuilding Wind Farms


The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission told the utility that the “premature closure of these [coal] plants adds to the uncertainty of electrical generation resource adequacy in the upper Midwest.” Some energy experts call the government's policies "irrational."

 

JustTheNews.com

Despite ongoing warnings that the electricity grid of the United States is becoming increasingly unstable, a major utility is moving forward with the elimination of two major coal-fired power plants in the upper Midwest. Energy analysts say the instability is a byproduct of the shutdown of reliable generation sources.

Minneapolis-based Xcel Energy closed one of three coal units at Sherburne County Generating Plant, in December, as part of its plans to deliver 100% carbon-free electricity. It will shut the other two stations down, according to the Star Tribune, by 2030. The utility will also shutter its Allen S. King coal plant by 2028. 

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New $4B Panasonic Electric Vehicle Battery Factory Requires So Much Power That the Facility Will Need Its Own Coal Plant to Run


 

NaturalNews.com

A coal-fired power plant in Kansas that was slated for closure will remain open after all to provide needed power for, wait for it: a new electric vehicle (EV) battery factory producing "clean" energy storage products.

In accordance with the Biden regime's ongoing efforts to force all Americans into an EV, Panasonic has built a $4 billion EV battery factory in the small Kansas City exurb of De Soto.

Local media reports state that the factory will require anywhere from 200 to 250 megawatts of electricity to function. This is roughly the amount of power needed to keep the lights on in a small city.

On track to receive a whopping $6.8 billion from fake president Joe Biden's Inflation Reduction Act, Panasonic is proving once again that in order to create "clean" energy, you have to burn a lot of "dirty" energy, rendering it a pointless endeavor.

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