Clean Coal Technologies

All news and projects concerning the implementation, operations and maintenance of clean coal technologies, resulting in reduced emissions and lower environmental impact during electricity generation. This includes carbon capture and other technologies aimed at achieving net zero.


HSBC feels the pressure to abandon fossil fuel financing

Fifteen institutional investors with a combined $2.4 trillion in assets under management have filed a climate change resolution at HSBC.

Can coal remain relevant in a changing energy landscape?

A recent virtual discussion hosted by Enlit Asia and Indonesian Utility PT PLN, highlighted the critial role coal plays in the country’s energy mix for the foreseeable future.

US DoE pledges up to $64m in clean coal R&D funding

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $64m in federal funding for cost-shared research and development (R&D) projects under the funding...

Chevron’s massive carbon capture project launches safely

Once fully operational, the carbon dioxide injection facility will reduce Gorgon’s greenhouse gas emissions by about 4%, or more than 100 million tonnes over the life of the injection project

Asia Pacific to continue to lead $36bn steam turbine market

The global steam turbine market registered a market value of $9.25bn in 2018, primarily driven by growth in China.

Andritz wins boiler deal for new Japanese biomass plant

Austria-headquartered energy technology group ANDRITZ has won an order from Japan’s Hitachi Zosen Corporation to deliver a boiler with a flue gas cleaning system to new biomass plant.

Xylem exhibits industrial-strength thinking at POWER-GEN

Xylem will showcase its industrial water and fluid management solutions during POWER-GEN International this week in Orlando, Florida.

GE wins $247m emissions reduction deal in India

GE Power has won a $247m deal to supply wet flue gas desulphurization technology to four coal plants in India.

POWER-GEN Asia Special Market Report is out now

Want to know about the trends and the technologies that are shaping the energy sector in Asia?

UK CCS set for revival under energy minister Perry

Energy Minister, Claire Perry, says the UK Government wants to look at Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) “really seriously”, just over two years after Westminster axed a £1billion grant to develop the technology.

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