Two-fifths (42%) of global coal power stations are already operating at a loss due to high fuel costs and it makes economic sense to close them to be in line...
30 November 2018 News
29 November 2018 Comment
Poland, which is the host for the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change summit, has recently completed its first auction for the...
20 November 2018 News
SIMEC Atlantis Energy has signed heads of terms with UK-based infrastructure fund manager Equitix to sell a 25% stake in Uskmouth Power Station in Wales for £32.9m ($42m) in cash.
19 November 2018 Analysis
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook 2018 report was released last week, highlighting crucial considerations for the global energy industry in 2040, including the rise in demand for...
5 November 2018 News
SIMEC Atlantis Energy has revealed plans to convert its Uskmouth Power Station in Wales, UK, from coal-fired to energy pellets.
29 October 2018 News
Swedish energy company Vattenfall is reportedly planning to convert its German-based coal power plants to use gas or biomass fuels to meet the government’s deadline of phasing out coal-fired power...
19 October 2018 News
Africa focused company Kibo Energy has submitted a formal tender qualification document (TQD) for the Mbeya coal to Power Project (MCPP) in Tanzania.
17 October 2018 News
Environmental organisations WWF Greece, Greenpeace Greece and ClientEarth have launched a legal challenge against two coal power plants in Greece for non-compliance with laws set by the EU, national and...
20 September 2018 News
Japan’s Marubeni Corporation has outlined new business policies for its coal-fired power and renewable energy generation businesses, resulting in the fossil fuel side being halved.
18 September 2018 Analysis
South Africa’s Life After Coal campaign is calling for a closer look at coal’s impact on water. But just what are the true costs of the coal industry?