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Keeping Coal Plants Open: The Spanish Government’s Costly Intervention in the Power Market

After power producer Iberdrola announced the closure of their last coal plants, the Spanish government has said it might intervene to keep them open. Such an intervention, write energy experts Gerard Wynn and Paolo Coghe, is taking a page out of Donald Trump’s book. It is costly, bad for the investment climate, and for the planet’s climate.

Keeping coal plants open: the Spanish government’s costly intervention in the power market

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