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Elektrownia Pątnów, a coal fired power station near Konin in Poland that was expanded in 2007. The plant burns Lignite, known as ‘brown coal’ which is extracted locally via vast open cast pits situated in the Konin area. Poland is dependent on coal for 93% of it’s power capacity, via electricity from generation from coal fired power plants such as this. © Nick Cobbing/ Greenpeace.

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