Many Europe's nuclear power plants are reaching the end of their sanctioned operational lifetimes. What to do?
Mighty Coal is mighty no more, but the industry isn't finished yet in Europe.
Coal has been both a boon to Poland and a bane on the country.
While low-carbon energy sources have been gaining ground, large-scale decarbonization efforts have been wanting in the global drive to mitigate climate change.
“Achieving a rapid decarbonization of the electricity sector will require, at first, deploying proven technology,” the IPPC argues.
Spurred on by the global urgency on climate change, the Eastern European nation is approaching the issue with greater rigor.