Although the owners of three new Dutch coal power stations – ENGIE, RWE and Uniper – are burdened with around €4 billion in losses due to market headwinds and a mandated coal phase-out, only ENGIE has chosen to divested its assets. RWE and Uniper, in contrast, seek compensation for shutting down their plants which risks delaying the shift to clean energy in the Netherlands.
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