China plans to build dozens of new coal-fired power plants. This is according to an analysis by the two think tanks Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) and Global Energy Monitor (GEM). The responsible authorities reportedly approved plants with a total capacity of 106 gigawatts last year. That is four times as many as in the previous year and translates into two power plant approvals per week.
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