UK plans for ‘orderly transition’ away from unabated coal

Views are being sought on the emission rules coal plants will have to comply with after 2025 and whether their capacity should be constrained before that date

Aberthaw power station in Wales is one of the UK's few remaining coal-fired power stations. Photograph: Chris Bell CC BY-SA 2.0A draft plan for an “orderly transition” away from unabated coal by 2025 has been set out by BEIS, with an emphasis on replacing plants with new gas capacity.

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