Sonntag, 31. Juli 2016

Die EBRD Mafia stoppt das Kroatische Kohle Kraft Werk Projekt

 Das Kraftwerk "Plomin C" erhält keine EU Kredite, wegen dem Staatlichen Einfluss, nur die Bestechungs und Betrugs Maschine der EU, rund um Bestechungs Firmen erhält Kredite das ist EU Politik, welche Kriminelle Banker und korrupte Politiker übernommen haben. Man lebt von Erpressung und Betrug und viele Millionen wandern in die Taschen der EBRD Banker und Gestalten der EU Commission und von Wolfgang Schäuble.
EBRD – Mafia, Sir Suma Chakrabarti: Finanzierung von Verbrecher Clans als System

Ohne jede Kontroller, verschwinden Milliarden in Phantom Projekte, und nur gegen Beteiligung von Bank und Energie Gangster Firmen, erhält man Kredite, wo diese Beteiligungen direkt erpresst werden.

Suma Chakrabarti

6th President of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Croatia to drop controversial coal plant project, confirms minister

The Croatian Minister for Economy, Tomislav Panenić, yesterday confirmed that the 500 MW Plomin C coal plant project has been stopped.
The announcement comes after months of media reports that the European Commission considers the project to involve incompatible state aid due to the involvement of heavily politicised state electricity company HEP (Hrvatska Elektroprivreda) [1]. This was confirmed by Panenić, who also cited low electricity prices as rendering the project uneconomic.
The news was welcomed by environmental campaigners who have led a five-year campaign against the project due to its expected climate and health impacts, as well as its high cost.
"This project has proven to be a major distraction for HEP and the Croatian government and has diverted them away from developing a cost-effective and sustainable energy strategy", said Bernard Ivčić from Zelena akcija/Friends of the Earth Croatia. "We now need to make up for lost time and ensure that Croatia develops a new strategy based on energy efficiency and sustainable renewables."
"Croatia has excellent but under-used solar and wind potential and we hope to see a rapid turnaround in the fortunes of these resources during the next few years", added Zoran Tomić of Greenpeace Croatia.
"Plomin C is the latest in a whole series of coal projects being cancelled across Europe and beyond, as renewables become more and more affordable,[2]" said Pippa Gallop of CEE Bankwatch Network. "Governments across the Balkans who are largely ignoring this trend need to start paying attention if they are to avoid being left with a series of expensive mistakes on their hands."

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