Argus Media has reported that the Colombian government will propose a new carbon tax on coal consumption in the power and industrial sectors, according to coal federation Fenalcarbon's new President, Carlos Cante.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration collects data on whether an electric generator is owned by one company or jointly owned by several companies, and for those jointly owned, each owner’s share of ownership.
New data from Rystad Energy shows that, despite coal power generation hitting a 5-year low due to COVID-19, coal power is expected to remain important to India's electricity production.
Argus Media has reported that the construction of a new 400 MW coal-fired power plant in Indonesia's Aceh regency has resumed after being halted because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s ‘Annual Energy Outlook 2021’, EIA projects that US energy-related carbon dioxide emissions will decline for most years through the mid-2030s but then begin to rise slightly from the mid-2030s through 2050.
NTPC Ltd has declared the unaudited financial results for 3Q FY21 and 9-month ended 31 December 2020.
Mitsubishi Power, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, has decided to restructure the domestic locations for its boiler business.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has successfully commissioned the second unit of the 2 x 800 MW Gadarwara Super Thermal Power Project Stage I.
A NETL-supported project to develop a transformational carbon capture technology will culminate in an engineering-scale test campaign at Norway’s Technology Centre Mongstad.
NTPC group achieved over 1 billion units of daily generation on 18th January 2021, recording the company’s highest ever single day generation.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the establishment of a Division of Minerals Sustainability to bring an increased focus to securing a US critical minerals supply chain that will transform the US energy and manufacturing systems.
Aggregate fossil fuel demand is set to peak in 2027 – with oil peaking in 2029 and gas in 2037 – partially due to the impacts of COVID-19, according to new research by McKinsey & Co.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s latest inventory of electric generators, 9.1 GW of electric generating capacity is scheduled to retire in 2021.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has secured an order for a steam and power plant from National Aluminium Company Ltd.