Energy Transition

This historic mining belt in Europe is planning to become a green energy hub. Here's how

Brown coal is a dirty fuel, but Eastern Germany is phasing it out in favor of renewable energy sources.

Brown coal is a dirty fuel, but Eastern Germany is phasing it out in favor of renewable energy sources. Image: Pexels/Sam Forson

Riham Alkousaa
Energy and Climate Change Correspondent, Reuters
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