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  • This issue of Energy World covers coal in a big way - articles look at the use of coal developments in clean coal technology in the key country of the world here, China; the ( shrinking ) future for coal-fired power stations in the UK; and coal mining and use in another importante coal country, Indi...

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  • This issue takes a hard look at the prospects for CCS from both UK and European perspectives – see features on pages 10 and 12. Major UK Government announcements on coal and CCS are also reported on the news pages. Much discussion of CCS looks to the future, but certain processes needed ...

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  • 2 ViewpointNews3 International News5 Home News22 Institute NewsFeatures8 Cutting costs, improving environmental performance at Trafford Park - Joe Flanagan10 Higher efficiency motors - significant savings at no extra cost - Dr Hugh Falkner12 Coal Science Lecture - Advanced coal-fired power generatio...

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  • This issue of the magazine takes a long hard look at coal as a fuel for power generation, starting with analysis by consultants Pöyry of the conundrum that the use of coal worldwide is growing at the same time that world governments are pledging to reduce carbon emissions. Is carbon capture and...

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  • 2 Viewpoint News3 International News 4 Home News 6 Institute News Features7 Chernobyl and its aftermath - Norman Worley12 Energy and environment: buildings on the Continent - David Olivier16 Environmental impact of energy production - Prof David LidgateCentre pages i—viii ...

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  • With carbon capture and storage technology still in the demonstration phase, increasing plant efficiency is currently the only real option for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. Here, Alstom Power's Scott Darling and Adrian Skea outline the latest developments in supercr...

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  • 2 ViewpointNews3 International News4 Home News5 Commercial News 20 Institute News Features6 Technology transfer to developing countries - Jyrki Antikainen10 Cleaner and more efficient use of low-grade coal - Eur lng H B Locke13 Mongolia: renewable energy in a transitional economy - Anthony...

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  • In the supplemental fuel world, coal is emerging as an important source in view of its high life index values of 230 years in US, and its wide distribution globally in countries including China, South Africa and Japan. Advanced conversion technologies can gasify over 95% of solid coal to syngas. The...

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  • 2 ViewpointNews3 International News5 Home News22 Institute NewsFeatures8 Industrial change and the national education debate - Dick Coldwell10 The formation of engineers: education and professional development - Dr Judith A Secker - plus The Institute of Energy - your membership questions answered12...

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  • Plasma technologies reduce the environmental impact and enhance the thermal efficiency of low grade solid fuel utilisation. The present study presents two mathematical models of the plasma thermochemical preparation for incineration, plasma gasification and complex processing of pulverised coal. Num...

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