This is all part of Finland’s ambitious target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80 percent by 2050.
“Giving up coal is the only way to reach international climate goals,” Rehn added.
According to The Independent, the “Energy and Climate Strategy for 2030 and Beyond” is the country’s plan to phase out coal within 14 years. Finland aims to turn its energy production carbon-neutral by 2050 with plans to switch its traditional energy sources to biofuels and renewable energy.
The strategy will be presented to the Finnish parliament for approval in March.