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The Last Coal Powerplant

সবুজ ভ্যারাইটি স্টোর

Bangladesh, রাজশাহী বিভাগ 6251

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The last coal power plant constructed

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In order to achieve the 1.5º target we require a near-total reduction in coal use for electricity generation by 2050, with reductions of approximately two-thirds by 2030.

A rapid transition away from coal is technically and economically possible, but it will require aggressive retirement of coal plants coupled with equally aggressive deployment of efficiency measures and low-carbon power sources.

These measures include:

- Plugging the pipeline. Other than coal plants currently under active construction, no more coal plants are built. 
- Retiring the current coal fleet, oldest first. Under the 1.5°C Pathway, OECD fleets are fully retired by 2030, and non-OECD fleets by 2050. 
- Making room for renewables. As solar, wind, and other clean sources gain a larger share in the generation mix, coal plants shift toward a supporting role.

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The Last Coal Powerplant

সবুজ ভ্যারাইটি স্টোর

Bangladesh, রাজশাহী বিভাগ 6251

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