Opposition to the proposed “Kosovo C” coal plant is mounting.
The World Bank is funding another coal plant in an already polluted country. Are there no other alternatives?
Today residents of Obiliq, Kosovo carried out a protest against a new coal power plant that has funding from the World Bank and the support of the US government.
The Sierra Club, along with the Kosovar Institute for Policy Research and Development, has commissioned a report detailing the economic data involved in the World Bank’s TOR for its proposed Kosovar power project, including a lignite fired coal plant, finding many problems with the analysis.
The proposed Kosovo power project, including a new lignite coal plant, has brought great controversy. The United States government is caught between its stated opposition to new coal-fired plants and support for the Kosovar project.