- A company in one Chinese city has money to burn, and is using it to make electricity, it’s reported.
- media reports from around the world, found by BBC Monitoring
- The plant says one tonne of notes can generate more than 600 kWh of electricity, and is better for the environment than burning coal.
- The country’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China, has given permission for the notes to be burned, and says it’s an efficient way to make electricity.
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A power plant in central China is the country’s first to use old banknotes to make electricity.
China: Power plant burns banknotes instead of coal