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RepRisk releases report on coal-fired power plants

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RepRisk has released a report on coal-fired power plants, a power source that faces environmental, social and governance challenges due to the risks of its global emissions and local community impacts.

The report, which highlights power plants in Bangladesh, India and the US, was compiled using RepRisk’s combination of Artificial Intelligence and human analysis to translate big data in 16 languages into curated research and analytics.

With this report, RepRisk aims to shed some light on the scale of challenges faced by coal-fired power plants today, as they strive to meet the rising global demand for clean and sustainable energy alternatives.

To read the full report, click here.

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