Coal Fired

All news, trends, markets, policy and legislation related to coal-fired power projects and the electricity generated from coal. News will cover the operations and maintenance of plants, including boilers, steam turbines, and flue gas cleaning systems. This explores coal as a fossil fuel with high emissions produced during combustion, as well as clean coal innovation.

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‘History in the making’: how PLN is enabling Indonesia’s energy transition

Discover how Indonesian utility PLN is adapting to global changes in this exclusive interview with vice-president director Darmawan Prasodjo.
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Investment uncertainty and renewables top issues for Asia’s electric industry

Uncertainty of investments caused by a financial downturn and renewable energy are the two biggest concerns of Asia’s energy industry today.
Siemens Energy chief executive Christian Bruch

Siemens Energy announces immediate exit from new coal projects

Siemens Energy today announced that it was withdrawing from all new coal projects.
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Ed’s note: Flipping the switch on innovation

The phrase ‘energy transition’ means different things to different people in different parts of the world.
Cambodia

Cambodia to reduce hydropower and develop coal and solar capacity

Cambodia has witnessed power shortages due to reduced hydropower generation owing to draughts and lower water levels in the dams.
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Enel announces new 2030 gas emissions reduction target

Enel has committed to an 80% reduction in its direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per kWh by 2030, from a 2017 base-year.
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Ten key priorities to ensure a successful long-term energy transition

Siemens Energy has published the ten main priorities to ensure a successful long-term energy transformation.
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Renewables dominate as demand shows strong recovery across Europe

Across Europe, renewable power was the largest source of electricity generation for the sixth quarter in a row, as the easing of lockdown restrictions sparked an upturn in demand.
How will Europe tackle its coal conundrum?

How will Europe tackle its coal conundrum?

The biggest ‘just’ energy transition in Europe is the one that involves those countries still reliant on coal, which accounts for a fifth of the electricity production in the EU and employs 230,000 people.
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Emissions and coal peak as pandemic accelerates the energy transition says...

A stark drop in energy demand due to the coronavirus pandemic will remove some 2.5 years’ worth of energy sector emissions between now and 2050, according to BloombergNEF’s New Energy Outlook 2020.

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