Schwarze Pumpe power station
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The Schwarze Pumpe power station is a proposed coal-fired power station in Germany. The Environmental Defense Fund reports that the proposal is for a "lignite-fired power plant to replace obsolete unit at Schwarze Pumpe (Bradenburg)".
Articles and resources
- "Coal-Fired Plants Financed by International Public Investment Institutions Since 1994", Appendix to Foreclosing the Future: Coal, Climate and International Public Finance: Investment in coal-fired power plants hinders the fight against global warming, Environmental Defense, April 2009.
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- "Coal Mine Methane Emission Offsets," Chicago Climate Exchange, undated, accessed June 2008.
- U.S. Geological Survey, Germany, U.S. Department of the Interior, accessed June 2008. (This provides links to an annual summary on the mining industry in Germany for each year between (and including) 1994 and 2005).
- RWE, "Factbook: Generation Capacity in Europe", June, 2007, pages 42-45.