Shanghai Electric achieves financial close on large-scale coal project in...

Shanghai Electric Group has achieved financial close for the coal project out of the Thar Block-1 Integrated Coal Mine Power Project in Pakistan

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...

World’s largest public bank cuts finance for coal and oil

The European Investment Bank (EIB), the world’s largest international public bank and the €555bn ($612bn) lending arm of the EU, has adopted...

India sets sights on Nigerian energy market

An exclusive interview with Dr Rajeev Singh, the director general and CEO of the Indian Chamber of...

Malaysia ultra-supercritical coal-fired plant goes online

The first of two 1000 MW ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plants in Port Dickson have started commercial operations, bringing the total power generation capacity in the Malay Peninsula to 22,748 MW.

Pakistan celebrates launch of new $2bn coal plant

The government of Islamabad has announced that its $2bn, 1320 MW coal-fired power plant has successfully commenced commercial operations.

Bharat Heavy commissions third coal unit at India power project

India's power equipment and infrastructure firm Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) has commissioned a 250 MW coal-fired unit in Bihar that is a part of a joint venture between the state-run electricity firm NTPC and Indian Railways.

Clyde Bergemann wins huge India boiler orders

Clyde Bergemann India has clinched orders to install efficiency equipment into seven new 660 MW supercritical boiler units in India.

Vattenfall boss calls on German government to focus more on CHP...

Magnus Hall, the chief executive of Vattenfall, has called on the German government to provide a clear date for coal power phase-out and put more emphasis on combined heat and power.

Wingas chief says German green expansion won’t succeed without gas

The head of sales at Gazprom-owned wholesaler Wingas, says the German government’s aim of doubling its renewable power capacity by 2030 will not succeed without the use of gas-fired power as back-up.

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