IEEFA update: RWE, Uniper risk prolonging Dutch coal mistakes via compensation strategy

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The owners of three new Dutch coal power plants in the Netherlands are nursing around €4 billion in losses, as a result of market headwinds and a mandated coal phaseout, but only one, Engie, has decided to exit coal power in the country, as the remaining two, RWE and Uniper, hold out for compensation which will delay a more strategic, low-carbon shift….

An excerpt from IEEFA