Danish green energy company Orsted is building its coal stockpile in anticipation of burning more of the fuel next winter, just as the EU approved a ban on Russian coal imports as part of a fifth round of sanctions. Chief executive Mads Nipper said a global shortage of wood pellets, which fuel Orsted’s biomass power stations, meant the company was likely to use coal instead later in the year. “However much we hate it, we are very likely going to see a temporary increase in our coal ...
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