Doosan Babcock and Drax Power agree a new long-term contract for the provision of maintenance and outage services to the UK’s largest power plant.
SEPCOIII requests a further extension regarding the possibility of it investing equity in Kibo Energy following their strategic development agreement.
The NGOs are set to publish new data exposing which banks and investors are financing the world’s top 120 coal plant developers.
"The Belt and Road" Seminar on the green development of the coal coking industry was held on November 25 in Xiaoyi in north China's Shanxi Province, an area with substantial coking coal resources.
Eskom South Africa and the African Development Bank Group have entered a loan agreement to improve power transmission in southern Africa.
If successful, the six-month pilot project will capture a tonne of CO2 a day from the gases produced when renewable power is generated using biomass at Drax.
Poland’s draft of its energy policy shows a dramatic decrease in the share of coal power in the nation’s energy mix by 2030.
Responding to criticism by politicians in the Eastern states, Germany’s coal exit commission has delayed its final decision by one month to address the stated concerns.
Federal Labour’s energy policy calls for 50% of Australia’s electricity to be sourced from renewable energy sources by 2030.
The Indonesian government's push for electrification is poised to accelerate the growth of domestic coal consumption despite several initiatives encouraging renewable energy.
Researchers at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in the US are developing a magnetohydrodynamic power generator to advance high-efficiency coal power generation.
CAN$257 664 is to be spent on converting two existing office spaces into transition centres that will support entrepreneurship and employment services in Forestburg and Castor in east-central Alberta.
Units larger than 300 MW and modular units smaller than 300 MW would be eligible for loan guarantees under the Reinvigorating American Energy Infrastructure Act.