Environmental lawyers have hailed ‘the end for new coal’ in Europe as two Polish utilities announce they will suspend funding to the country’s last planned new coal plant, Ostroleka C, over economic concerns.
According to data recently released by the International Energy Agency (IEA), global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stopped growing in 2019, despite widespread expectations of another increase.
A potential new energy resource for coalfield areas is being researched by a PhD student in conjunction with the Coal Authority.
The US Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy has selected three additional projects to receive approximately US$3 million in federal funding for cost-shared research and development projects.
The global coal trading market faces stiff competition due to the involvement of many players in the market, reveals a report by Transparency Market Research (TMR).
After Eckington Colliery in Derbyshire unexpectedly closed in January 2019, the Coal Authority carried out a detailed programme of works to keep people safe and protect the environment.
In line with the philosophy of the empowerment of rural Indian women, Tata Power’s Powerlinks Transmission Ltd, has inaugurated a new Skill Development Centre in Barielly, Uttar Pradesh (India).
The US Department of Energy has announced nearly US$6.3 million for university training and research for fossil energy applications.
In partnership with NITI Aayog, the IEA has released the first in-depth review of India’s energy policies.
SGC and OGK-2 have entered into an agreement to sell the Krasnoyarskaya GRES-2 plant in Siberia, Russia.
Georgia Power has announced it is requesting proposals for the beneficial reuse of coal ash stored at active and retired coal-fired power plants across the state.
Morgantown Energy Associates has announced that it has terminated its electric energy purchase agreement with Monongahela Power Company.