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  • Prof Allan Jones wins Melchett award Professor Allan Jones FEI, UK Country Director of E.ON Engineering, is the latest recipient of the Energy Institutes Melchett Award, which is presented in recognition of an individuals outstanding contribution to the study or advancement of the science of fuel ...

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  • Prof Allan Jones wins Melchett award Professor Allan Jones FEI, UK Country Director of E.ON Engineering, is the latest recipient of the Energy Institutes Melchett Award, which is presented in recognition of an individuals outstanding contribution to the study or advancement of the science of fuel ...

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  • The Scottish government is to establish a taskforce to support the workers, businesses and communities impacted by the closure of Longannet power station. This follows confirmation by the owner, Scottish Power, that it will close the facility in March 2016. Ministers also highlighted that Scottish P...

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  • A Siemens steam turbine generator set, two of which are destined for coal-fired power plants in India. The coal-fired units of the North Karanpura Super Thermal Power Project (STPP) located in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand, and the IB Thermal Power Station Banharpalli in the neighbouring sta...

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  • China's rapidly-growing demand for energy is not just being met by the building of new coal-fired power stations. Assisted by carbon financing, mainly the Kyoto Clean Development Mechanism, new hydro and wind energy projects are also being developed. Includes a figure giving a breakdown of China's C...

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  • A study of the UKs 165 wind farms shows they are not significantly cleaner, nor cheaper than conventional energy generation. Wind is unreliable; sometimes wind farms produce a surfeit of electricity, other times next-to-nothing. This means they require a contingency plan - usually, coal-fired power...

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  • Despite the promise of renewable energy, the worlds electricity will be primarily generated using coal and gas over the next two decades. In fact, although there are continued concerns about greenhouse gas emissions from such facilities, there will be a substantial increase in the worlds coal-fire...

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