Russian Resurgence: Putin’s Grand Plan to Meet Insatiable Demand for Coal in Asia

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As the wind and solar cult would have it, ‘coal is dead’ and wind and solar power are the gloating villains that killed it. Well, that’s the meme, anyway.

Back on Earth, coal-fired power and the coal industry that fuels it are in very robust health, indeed.

Outside of the virtue signalling Western nations that signed up to heavily subsidise the unreliables, demand for coal has never been stronger. And there are plenty of willing players eager to satisfy that demand.

Vladimir Putin is among them, with plans to increase, already surging, Russian coal production even further.

We’ll cross to the team at Jo Nova for the latest on coal’s Russian resurgence, and then we’ll take a look at the surge in global demand for coal, with the help of the Global Warming Policy Forum.

Russia bets big on coal, gas, fossil fuels, and not on renewables
Jo Nova Blog

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