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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A view of the Uniper Maasvlakte power plant coal-fired power station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 22, 2022. The Dutch joined Germany and Austria in reverting to coal power on Monday following an energy crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.The Netherlands said it would lift all restrictions on power stations fired by the fossil fuel, which were previously limited to just over a third of output. Berlin and Vienna made similar announcements on Sunday as Moscow, facing biting sanctions over Ukraine, cuts gas supplies to energy-starved Europe. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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