The ‘Cleaner coal: a sustainable choice for powering Asia’ event brought together energy experts, policymakers, non-governmental organisations, government representatives, academics and other industry stakeholders.
According to the new BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2019, both global coal consumption and production rose in 2018.
While western Europe is reducing its coal use, most countries in Eastern Europe are still reliant on the fuel.
Researchers at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in the US are developing a magnetohydrodynamic power generator to advance high-efficiency coal power generation.
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.
The new report is clear that cleaner coal technologies are the lowest cost option among all available low emission technologies in ASEAN.
Building a new HELE coal-fired power plant in Queensland makes sense to further strengthen energy security for all Australians.
The Australian minerals industry welcomes strong support from Australians for new-generation coal power through HELE coal-fired generation.