Poland and Germany to be top beneficiaries of 100 bln euro EU climate fund

FILE PHOTO: A scarecrow stands in a corn field in front of the Neurath coal power plant of German utility RWE in Neurath, west of Cologne, Germany, June 19, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay/File Photo

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Poland and Germany will be the biggest beneficiaries of a new 100-billion-euro (£85.7 billion) EU fund designed to help coal-dependent regions move towards a greener economy, European Commission data showed on Thursday. All EU countries, except Poland, agreed last month they should transform their economies over the next 30 years to combat […]

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