The coal-fueled power stations are shutting down across the UK, forcing Britain to look to other sources of energy. (Getty Images)
The coal-fueled power stations are shutting down across the UK, forcing Britain to look to other sources of energy.
(Getty Images)

Lights Out: Britain’s Energy Crisis

February 26, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
Britain faces the ‘double squeeze’ under EU regulations.
 

Coal-fired power plants are closing across Britain as they fail to meet European Union pollution requirements. March will see the closure of at least four coal plants, signaling another step toward a major energy crisis in Britain.

Why the closures at a time when energy is vital to the economy of the UK? EU law.

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