Yesterday, a fire broke out at Longannet power plant in Scotland following the demolition of its coal bunker in a series of controlled explosions.
This week, Chile’s President announced the nation’s plan to gradually phase out coal-fired power plants, with the ultimate aim of phasing the fuel out completely by 2040.
America’s Power and the Institute for Energy Research recently released a study which revealed that existing coal-fired plants are less costly than new electricity sources.
The analysis covers the recent period in which Britain’s electricity system ran without coal, although EnAppSys data shows that power generated from coal was imported from abroad.
Ncondezi Energy Limited has announced the receipt of a new shareholder loan conversion notice, as well as a correction of the number of ordinary shares stated in relation to the shareholder loan conversion notice on 17 May.
ACCCE urges the Governor of Indiana and other leaders to carefully consider the effects of these coal retirements on the electricity grid.
In the second of World Coal Association’s snapshot series exploring coal’s role in countries across the globe, WCA takes a look at Turkey.
GlobalData has reported that growth of CTO/MTO projects in China could be set to decelerate as the government intensifies efforts to meet clean energy goals.
Dutch insurance and asset management company Nationale Nederlanden Group announced its commitment to phase out investments in the coal industry by 2030.
Canadian Utilities Ltd yesterday agreed to sell its entire Canadian fossil fuel-based electricity generation portfolio, including 11 partly or fully owned natural gas-fired and coal-fired electricity generation assets.
One of the workers who built the UK’s tallest industrial chimney at a North Yorkshire (UK) power plant has returned to the site to mark its anniversary – half a century on from the structure being completed.