No later than 2038: the Bundestag coal decides to exit

The Bundestag has decided on Friday to take the step of Coal phase-out in Germany no later than 2038. The Parliament also adopted a law that provides for assist

No later than 2038: the Bundestag coal decides to exit

The Bundestag has decided on Friday to take the step of Coal phase-out in Germany no later than 2038. The Parliament also adopted a law that provides for assistance of € 40 billion for the coal country. After the Bundestag, the Federal Council also agreed on Friday afternoon to the laws for the Coal phase-out.

314 deputies voted for the law, the Federal government, 237 voted. The vote was held by the "mutton jump". The Bundestag, the Bureau was not previously agreed, if there had been the previous normal vote, a majority for the bill, said session leader Wolfgang Kubicki (FDP).

The structure of aid to help in the coal regions in North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony and Brandenburg during the reconstruction of the economy, as well as the Development of infrastructure. Operators of coal-fired power plants should get billions in compensation for the early closure of their plants.

in Front of one and a half years by the Federal government-appointed Commission had to exit a Coal no later than 2038 proposed. Coal-fired power plants are taken anyway from the network, but climate goals make faster exit is necessary. Actually, the conclusion would be only in the late ' 40s, have been for the coal-fired power generation.

Date Of Update: 03 July 2020, 10:19

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