The protest comes as Germany’s parliament prepares to vote Friday on legislation codifying plans to phase out the burning of coal by 2038.
Critics contend that the government plan isn’t ambitious enough. Greenpeace objects,among other things, to the fact that utility companies can expect to receive about 4.35 billion euros ($4.9 billion) in the coming years for taking their plants offline.
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