Federal Labour’s energy policy calls for 50% of Australia’s electricity to be sourced from renewable energy sources by 2030.
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This emerging technology is expected to develop a revenue stream for waste by-products from coal while promoting responsible stewardship of the environment.
The Indonesian government's push for electrification is poised to accelerate the growth of domestic coal consumption despite several initiatives encouraging renewable energy.
NEPEAN Mining Pty Ltd has entered a partnership with Fitzroy Australia Resources for the design and delivery of the Ironbark No. 1 coal mining project.
Researchers at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in the US are developing a magnetohydrodynamic power generator to advance high-efficiency coal power generation.
CAN$257 664 is to be spent on converting two existing office spaces into transition centres that will support entrepreneurship and employment services in Forestburg and Castor in east-central Alberta.
Units larger than 300 MW and modular units smaller than 300 MW would be eligible for loan guarantees under the Reinvigorating American Energy Infrastructure Act.
Entergy Arkansas strikes an agreement to transition its two coal-fired power plants in Arkansas to cleaner energy resources within 9 – 12 years.
New research commissioned by Drax Group shows that the ‘energy revolution’ could result in a two-tier economy in Britain, leaving millions of families and business behind.
A coal mine worker has been killed in a two vehicle collision at Teck Resources’ Elkview mine in British Columbia.
The Trump Administration is reportedly planning a side event on fossil fuels at the upcoming climate summit (COP 24) in Poland.
Panellists at the Technical University of Vienna discussed the WEO’s outlook for the future of electricity, opportunities for further electrification, and the future of hydrogen.