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Coal demand expected to drop in 2026

GLOBAL coal demand is expected to fall 2.3% by 2026 compared with 2023 levels, even in the absence of governments announcing and implementing stronger clean energy and climate policies, the International Energy Association believes.

Global coal demand is expected to fall 2.3% by 2026 compared with 2023 levels.

Global coal demand is expected to fall 2.3% by 2026 compared with 2023 levels.

This decline is set to be driven by the major expansion of renewable energy capacity coming online in the three years to 2026. More than half this global renewable capacity expansion is set to occur...

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