Argentina and coal

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Argentina’s 2010 energy mix was 52 percent of electricity from natural gas, 37 percent from oil, and 0.5 percent from coal. By law, Argentina must increase its renewable energies to a level of eight percent by 2016.[1]

Coal mines

Proposed coal stations

Articles and resources

References

  1. Marcela Valente, "ARGENTINA: Adding More Coal to the Fire," IPS, May 10, 2010.

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