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  • 2017.07.05

    BTU Act reintroduced, biomass thermal, power could benefit

    BTU Act reintroduced, biomass thermal, power could benefit | CKIC

    Several legislators have again introduced an act that would level the playing field for biomass heating technologies—and potentially, some biomass power facilities. The Biomass Thermal Utilization Act of 2017 has been introduced to the House by Sens Angus King, I-Maine, Susan Collins, R-Maine, Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vermont, a...
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  • 2017.07.03

    EC approves Danish aid for Dong Energy biomass conversion

    EC approves Danish aid for Dong Energy biomass conversion | CKIC

    On June 21, the European Commission announced it has found that Danish support for the biomass conversion of a cogeneration plant owned by Dong Energy Thermal Power A/S is in line with state aid rules. The EU said it has approved, under state aid rules, a Danish investment of DKK 422 million (€57 million) to support the con...
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  • 2017.06.30

    Govt plans to boost setting up of biomass power plants

    Govt plans to boost setting up of biomass power plants | CKIC

    NEW DELHI: There is a renewed interest in biomass power plants, which can not only generate electricity but also help dispose of — in a carbon-neutral manner — agriculture waste, burning of which in Punjab and Haryana is partly blamed for the alarming levels of pollution Delhi is experiencing. Minister of New and Renewabl...
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  • 2017.06.28

    Coal to remain primary fuel source for power generation in Asia, seminar told

    Coal to remain primary fuel source for power generation in Asia, seminar told | CKIC

    Coal will remain a primary source of fuel for electricity production in Asia for many years, according to prominent energy experts from Japan, Thailand and other Asean countries attending an energy conference hosted in Bangkok early this week. Twarath Sutabutr, director-general of the Energy Ministry’s Energy Policy and Pla...
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  • 2017.06.26

    Taicang Port Returned “Poisonous Coal”

    Taicang Port Returned “Poisonous Coal”  | CKIC

    Recently, a batch of imported coal from Iran was returned by the Taicang Port because the toxic elements in coal exceeded the standard, which was the first case found in Taicang Port. The total weight of coal was about 1 million tons, arriving in Taicang Port on April 19. Site staff carried out the sampling as required. The t...
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  • 2017.06.21

    Qld calls for 'open mind' on power station

    Qld calls for 'open mind' on power station | CKIC

    The Queensland government is calling on the commonwealth to keep an open mind about electricity generation, as the federal government moves to back coal-fired power in the north of the state. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he is open to the idea of "clean coal" power stations and has flagged using a "reverse auction...
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