Sostanj power plant in Slovenia: Against EU laws and policies
Briefing | 21 November 2011
The project is a plan to construct a sixth unit at the Sostanj lignite-fired power plant in Slovenia. It has received significant backing from European public banks adding up to more than 50% of the overall costs of the investment. Doubts about the economic viability of the project, alleged irregularities in the tendering procedure and its climate impact caused strong opposition to the project within Slovenia.
A recent study conducted by an independent consultant as well as two complaints submitted to the European Commission by NGOs bring new arguments against TES 6.
An earlier version of this briefing is available in pdf here
Theme: Energy & climate
Project: Sostanj lignite thermal power plant unit 6, Slovenia
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