ENERGY SUICIDE: G7 nations forge plan to shut down ALL coal-fired power plants between 2030 and 2035; electricity costs to sharply increase
05/05/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

To limit global temperature increases – or so they say – the Group of Seven (G7) nations have announced plans to sign a deal that will force all remaining coal-fired power plants in member state territories to close down between 2030 and 2035.

With few exceptions, the nations of the G7 – or at least those over which the G7 has influence and control – will be expected to come up with energy production alternatives that the globalists have decided are good for the climate and the planet.

All of this was devised at the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai last December where globalist powerbrokers decided that Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States must "fully decarbonize electricity by 2035" in order to stop global temperatures from rising another 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Since Germany and Japan derive more than one-quarter of their total electricity from coal, these two nations will reportedly be granted some leeway with the coal shutdown plan, Reuters reported. Germany, though, is still planning to phase out coal, just by 2038 at the latest, while Japan has not yet set a date.

(Related: Germany recently closed the last three of its nuclear power facilities, creating an energy deficit that is forcing the European powerhouse to buy nuclear-generated electricity from France.)

G7 planning to restrict Russian imports of LNG to Europe

According to the climate lobby, coal is the most heavily polluting earth-based "fossil" fuel in existence. Its burning does admittedly spread lead and other chemical toxins wherever the soot lands.

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Ministers from the U.S., Great Britain, France, Germany, Canada and Japan are reportedly planning to rubber stamp a technical agreement that will outlaw the burning of coal for energy starting now with a roughly seven-year plan for the phase-out to fully mature.

"We do have an agreement to phase out coal in the first half of the 2030s," said UK minister for nuclear and renewables Andrew Bowie in a recent interview with CNBC.

Statements made at the G7 meeting suggest that a final agreement is soon on the way that even with some leeway provisions will remain "consistent with keeping a limit of 1.5C temperature rise [above pre-industrial levels] within reach, in line with countries' net zero pathways."

G7 chair Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, Italy's energy minister, also said that the ministers are discussing plans to restrict the import of Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Europe, likely in retaliation against Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine with his special military operation.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has also announced plans to finalize a new set of rules establishing stricter emissions standards for power plants in general. If enacted, the rules will force all remaining long-term power plants to cut or capture at least 90 percent of their carbon "pollution."

"These rules, finalized under separate authorities including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, will significantly reduce climate, air, water, and land pollution from the power sector, delivering on the Biden-Harris Administration's commitment to protect public health, advance environmental justice, and confront the climate crisis," the EPA said in a press release.

According to investigative journalist John Solomon, the EPA's plans will massively drive-up energy costs for consumers while further destabilizing the already shaky U.S. power grid.

"What about China and India?" one commenter asked about the two most-polluting nations on earth, which are not included in the coal phase-out at all. "These countries are the world's worst polluters by any standard – why do they get a free pass?"

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