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How the UK can unlock its net zero power system by 2035 – Wärtsilä

Boris Johnson has said all of the UK's electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035, however rapid increases in flexibility and thermal balancing will be needed to meet the target.
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Thermal power to dominate Russia’s energy mix until 2030

The slow growth of renewable technology in Russia means the country will continue to significantly depend on thermal sources for power generation.

PEI Connect: Giant Pikachus join the G7 fight against coal

G7 leaders pledged to end new direct government support for unabated thermal coal power and giant Pikachus added momentum to the cause.
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India faces stranded coal assets as financing dries up

Much of India's 33GW of coal-fired power capacity currently under construction and another 29GW in the preconstruction stage will end up stranded, according to IEEFA.
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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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German power plant to be fired by waste wood

In Germany, Doosan Lentjes has been selected by DHE to participate in the company's new wood-fired thrmal power station project.

ETW Energietechnik expands biogas plant with regenerative storage power

In Wehrbleck in Lower Saxony, combined heat and power (CHP) specialist, ETW Energietechnik, has expanded an agricultural biogas plant into a regenerative storage power plant.

Nigeria’s Egbin Power highlights thermal power

This year's Future Energy Nigeria conference and exhibition, taking place from 12-13 November in Abuja, offers the unusual opportunity to be part of a technical site visit at Egbin Power Plant. An affiliate of the...