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Centuries-old French coal plant prepares transition to green energy

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In March 2022, the Emile Huchet coal-powered plant in Saint-Avold will stop burning fossil fuels after almost two centuries of operation and turn to green energy: biomass and hydrogen. The change should save some of the 87 jobs on site.

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