Our reports are a core product of the International Centre for Sustainable Carbon. They are assessment studies for the sustainable use of coal in a carbon constrained world, covering policy and regulatory considerations, global funding options, market opportunities and a wide range of technology related issues.
Each report is a comprehensive literature review with expert analysis. If you would like to be a peer reviewer of the draft reports please contact Debo.Adams@iea-coal.org.
The subjects for review are selected by the Executive Committee at its twice yearly meetings, which means that the reports are always topical. We publish about 15 reports every year.
The abstract. A brief summary of the report which is available for all to read on our website.
The executive summary. A two page summary of the report which is free to download.
The full report. Our reports are available to registered members for free. You can find out about membership here. Six months after publication the reports are freely available, when you register and log in. Prior to this, non-members can purchase our latest reports for £2,000 by contacting us. See below for details on how to download a report.
Please note that reports are only available to registered members within the first six months of publication. Afterwards they are freely available to all registered users. If you are a non-member and wish to read a report within the first six months of publication, then you can purchase the report for £2,000 by contacting us.