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How can EU wean itself from Russian coal
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How can the EU survive without Russian coal?

Almost 70% of the European Union's imports of thermal coal, which is used to generate electricity, come from Russia. Germany and Poland are particularly vulnerable to an EU embargo on Russian coal.
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