Power rates put health at risk
Coordinator of the Association of People’s Emancipation and Ecological Action (AEER)
PREMIUM The Directorate General of Electricity is reviewing electricity prices set in power purchasing agreements with large independent power producers, of which coal-fired power plant projects have yet to begin construction and have not been given a Business Feasibility Certificate from the Finance Ministry. To protect the environment, this review needs to be monitored closely to ensure that environm...
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