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Czech Republic’s largest district heating plant shuts coal unit

The closure of Mělník III is part of the utility's effort to transition its district heating business from coal-fired to low-carbon solutions

Are renewables really sustainable?

As the world races towards energy transition, we take a look at some of the key renewable technologies and the impact they have on the environment.

World Population Day: The wealth in waste

World Population Day, established in 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme, is observed on 11 July every year.

Africa’s first grid-tied biomass power plant planned for Càƒ´te d’Ivoire

The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund and Proparco will finance a biomass power plant with grid injection in Côte d'Ivoire in a first for the continent.

Drax and Mitsubishi partner on bioenergy and carbon capture project

Drax and MHI have agreed to a long-term contract that will see Drax license and use Mitsubishi's unique carbon capture solvent, to capture CO2 at its power station near North Yorkshire.

Coal and the energy transition in APAC

Coal continues to play a prominent role in APAC, however, there are technologies and processes that help us reduce carbon emissions from thermal generation.
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Serbia adds 1.2MW biogas plant to green energy mix

MET Group, through its 51% joint venture PEPO Energy, has launched a 1.2MW biogas power plant in Serbia.

KPA Unicon to support Danone Nutricia reach carbon neutrality

Finnish company, KPA Unicon will be conducting its first delivery in the Oceanian market by delivering a biomass steam boiler plant to Danone's Nutricia spray drying facility in New Zealand's South Island. The delivery of...