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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    And what part of this can you not understand:
    They are talking about China numpty.



    You big scare story is "global warming" remember. And globally, coal fired capacity is scheduled to increase 43% under currently planned coal generation investment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    They are talking about China numpty.

    You big scare story is "global warming" remember. And globally, coal fired capacity is scheduled to increase 43% under currently planned coal generation investment.
    So you can't understand the sentence: yet the IEA says these plants, even if they are built, “may not lead to any significant increase in coal-fired generation due to overcapacity”.

    Fair enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    So you can't understand the sentence: yet the IEA says these plants, even if they are built, “may not lead to any significant increase in coal-fired generation due to overcapacity”.

    Fair enough.
    coal fired capacity is scheduled to increase 43%
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    Still can't grasp it?

    even if they are built, “may not lead to any significant increase in coal-fired generation due to overcapacity”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    So you can't understand the sentence: yet the IEA says these plants, even if they are built, “may not lead to any significant increase in coal-fired generation due to overcapacity”.

    Fair enough.
    Some green warrior you are sure enough.

    https://www.rainforest-rescue.org/pe...t-for-biofuels
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    Still can't grasp it?
    Not in the countries they are being built numpty. This is India:




    And you see "renewables" portion? That will be coal as well because "renewables" can't satisfy that proportion of demand. That is proven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    Not in the countries they are being built numpty. This is India:




    And you see "renewables" portion? That will be coal as well because "renewables" can't satisfy that proportion of demand. That is proven.
    Still haven't read the article:

    Intriguingly, it is not only in China that investment plans for new coal have collapsed. The IEA report shows that recent spending on fossil-fuel generation in India has held steady, with a small year-on-year increase in 2016, as the chart below-left shows.

    However, annual decisions to invest in future coal capacity have plummeted from a peak of more than 40GW in 2009 to around 5GW in 2016, as the chart below right shows.

    More than half of India’s power sector spending in 2016 went towards renewables and power networks, with the decline in investment plans for new coal suggesting this share will rise further.



    The IEA puts the struggles of the Indian coal sector down to financial problems at major utilities, slower than expected demand growth and increasingly competitive solar prices.

    Despite the coal plan slowdown, earlier research has suggested that India’s existing coal pipeline could single-handedly jeopardise the 1.5C goal of the Paris Agreement. As with China, the question remains how many of the planned plants will be built and how many hours they will run.
    https://www.carbonbrief.org/seven-ch...already-peaked
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossyman View Post
    Someone forgot to tell India:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    Someone forgot to tell India:


    Haha, she must not have seen The Day After Tomorrow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeal View Post
    Haha, she must not have seen The Day After Tomorrow!
    Well, where's your paperwork, runt?

    https://climatefeedback.org/evaluati...es-delingpole/

    Where's you're peer-reviewed pdf?

    https://climatefeedback.org/evaluati...es-delingpole/
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