FGX SepTech has set up two dry, pneumatic coal cleaning plants in the USA.
A report has called for urgent action to progress low carbon technologies critical to the UK and Scottish government’s net zero ambitions.
US coal-fired electric generating capacity declined to 257 GW in 2017 after several coal power plants retired.
Siemens will provide a complete thermal twin for a Bajaj Group energy plant, enabling improvements in the plant’s performance.
Cummins Inc. has announced its next environmental sustainability strategy, which includes science-based goals that meet or exceed the goals in the United Nations Paris agreement on climate change.
The start of construction for a world first hydrogen project (Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain, HESC) based at AGL Loy Yang began yesterday.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has announced a proposed regulation to the management of coal combustion residuals (CCR) from electric utilities.
EPA’s proposals appear to include enough flexibility to avoid many adverse repercussions on the electric power sector, including the forced closure or idling of coal-fired power plants that are necessary for reliable and affordable electricity.
The Philippines is enhancing its infrastructure resilience in anticipation of rapidly escalating energy demands, driven by strong economic and population growth.
Lawyers have warned Germany’s coal companies not to bank on big payoffs for closing their lignite operations down, in a new legal analysis.
“This legislation will help ensure that NSR will no longer stand in the way of upgrades that will improve environmental performance at coal-fuelled power plants,” says National Mining Association.
Four in five EU coal power plants are unprofitable and utilities could lose €6.6 billion this year alone, finds a new report from financial think tank Carbon Tracker.