The UK plans to shut down all its coal-fired power plants by 2025 and replace the energy source largely with natural gas, the Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd announced Wednesday.
“It cannot be satisfactory for an advanced economy like the UK to be relying on polluting, carbon intensive 50-year-old coal-fired power stations,” Rudd said.
The proposal called to “restrict” the use of coal-fired power plants by 2023 and eliminate them by 2025. The government will present the plan in more detail next spring.
Rudd said one of the most cost-effective ways the UK can make up for the loss of energy production while reducing its carbon emissions is to shift to natural gas, which produces about half as much carbon dioxide as coal.
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this company prints cash.....
could be a 2-300 dollar stock very soon
Pelham Capital disclosed in a securities filing last week that it now holds 4.4 million shares, or 5.2 percent of the stock.
Pelham was started in 2007 by hedge fund wunderkind Ross Turner, who was not yet 30. It's a long-short style fund, either betting large positions for or against particular companies.
It might not be a bad time to go long on Chicago-based GrubHub, which was beaten down below its $26 IPO price recently, bottoming out at $24.05 on Sept. 28, the day before Pelham's position was disclosed. It rebounded since then, including a 5 percent jump Monday, closing at $27.16.
Pelham bought its stake last month at prices ranging from $23.65 to $28 per share,
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Reply to its like a netflix monthly fee....every night by cancerdotcom •23 hours ago
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cashback_7 • 35 minutes ago
you have no idea what are you talking about
any chance you could expand on that.....
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