Russia should go its own way in the energy transition, by developing coal production technology – Kemerovo governor
Russia must find its own way within the framework of the energy transition by developing, among other things, environmentally clean coal technology, the governor of the coal-producing Kemerovo region told a session of the Russian Energy Week.

“Why are we being urged – that we must walk away from low-cost coal power generation and put in its place more expensive generation?”  Sergei Tsivilyov told a session entitled ‘The Future of Coal in a World Shaped by the Climate Agenda: The End, or a New Beginning?’

    “We must go on our own path. We will find the economic means that will enable us to play an active role in the climate debate, provide a comfortable way of life for our people and develop industry.”

    The Kuzbass coalfield region, where Kemerovo is located, has called for the creation of a carbon testing area to develop CO2 capture technology and improve the absorption capacity of forests.

    “We have adopted a list of measures, we will find a way to deal with the forests and we will choose the most effective means of capturing CO2,” Tsivilyov said.


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