The Planning Inspectorate’s public examination of Drax’s application for a Development Consent Order at its Repower project in Yorkshire closed yesterday.
Jeff Bloczynski will focus on federal and state regulations and policies including wholesale market reforms, environmental regulations, and technologies to support the coal fleet of the future.
Australia’s QBE will stop insuring new thermal coal mines, power plants and transport networks from 1 July.
As a major resources and energy exporter and a large country with a relatively small population, Australia needs a climate change policy that recognises the high relative emissions intensity of the country’s economy, say MCA.
A diverse energy mix is the key to affordability, reliability and lower emissions, says the Minerals Council of Australia.
The first of two supercritical turbines from GE Steam Power has successfully synchronised to Pakistan’s national grid at China Power Hub Generation Company’s (CPHGC) new power plant.
Australia’s short-list of projects for detailed consideration through the Underwriting New Generation Investment programme is a welcome start in ensuring the country’s electricity system is capable of delivering affordable power with lower emissions.
China's import restriction on Australian thermal coal could mean a game of musical chairs for producers.
Glenn Kellow, WCA Chairman and President & Chief Executive at Peabody, provides insight into sustainable coal.
SSE’s Board has decided to close one of its four coal units at Fiddler’s Ferry power plant in Cheshire (UK).
Kibo Energy PLC has provided an update on its Benga power plant project in Mozambique, with a key highlight being its Definitive Feasibility Study being completed ahead of schedule and an investigation into the integration of renewable energy into the project.
The aim is to significantly advance technology readiness of AUSC technology by manufacturing full-scale AUSC components from nickel superalloys and other advanced alloys.