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OPINION: How India’s coal-fired power plants can reduce both emissions and costs

India has set its sights on ambitious but admirable targets for renewable energy (RE). It is possible that the global crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic might necessitate a revision in those targets, although it is difficult to estimate the long-term impact. India with its large energy needs will continue to depend on coal for power generation in the short-to-medium term. By the year 2030, the country is expected to achieve a total installed power generation capacity of 830 GW, half of which will be coal-based. Coal-fired power plants, however, are big contributors to PM (particulate matter), mercury, SO2 (sulphur dioxide), and NOx (nitrogen oxides) emissions. It is important therefore, that they clean up their act.Countries around t.....

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