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ICSC run an extensive outreach programme, to deliver the key messages from our studies on all aspects of coal.
India: Captive power plants directed to target 10 pc biomass co-firing by 2023
The Commission for Air Quality Management in NCR and adjoining areas has directed all thermal power plants in the National Capital Region to start co-firing biomass-based pellets with coal, targeting…
Coal India aims for 80 million tonnes hike
The company has charted a plan to step up coal production from underground mines from around 30mt at present to 100mt by 2030, Coal India hopes to end 2022-23 with…
Britain’s Drax pauses biomass carbon capture plans, urges clarity on government support
British power plant generator Drax said on Tuesday it will pause its planned multi-million pound investment in bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) in the UK until it gets…
Bacteria Breakthrough: Recycling Rare Earth Metals with Biomass
Wind power turbines, catalytic converters, optical cables, plasma monitors, and much more: Rare Earth metals are indispensable for a wide variety of modern technologies. As Europe progresses towards its green…
UK government “recognises important contribution of waste wood biomass”
The UK government recognises the important contribution that the waste wood biomass sector makes to energy security and net zero goals, according to energy minister Graham Stuart. The comment came…
Coal Use Seen Peaking Next Year as India, China Determine Future
Global coal consumption will likely peak by next year as economics and climate strategies shift the world toward cleaner energy, but several wild cards could determine how long the dirtiest…
Does coal have a role to play in a hydrogen economy?
Hydrogen is both a chemical energy store and a fuel. It has an energy content of…
Update from our mission to Jakarta and Indonesia
The ICSC has been working on capacity building for mercury reduction from the Indonesian coal fleet under a grant from the USDOS …
Waste-to-Energy – playing an increasingly important role
When it comes to burning fossil fuels to produce energy, the main forms that usually come to mind are natural gas, oil, and coal. However…
Incredibly close and extremely cold in the UK
The lack of reliable output from wind and solar should be common knowledge and priority given to the development and installation of low-carbon, flexible, dispatchable power.