Power generation

Coal and stationary fuel cells, CCC/282

CCC/282 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-605-8

As coal remains a major contributor to global power generation, there is a need for high efficiency low emission technologies. Fuel cells electrochemically convert chemical energy in fuels into electrical energy (and heat) an... More...

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Power generation from coal using supercritical CO2 cycle, CCC/280

CCC/280 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-603-4

This study describes supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) cycle technologies for power generation from fossil fuels, particularly from coal, and reviews recent developments. The sCO2 power cycle is an innovative concept for co... More...

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Water conservation in coal-fired power plants, CCC/275

CCC/275 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-598-3

The vulnerability of the power generation industry to constraints in water availability is widespread and growing, and this is increasing the pressure on power plant operators to conserve water. This report discusses where wa... More...


Levelling the intermittency of renewables with coal, CCC/268

CCC/268 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-591-4

Coal-fired power plants are designed to run most efficiently and cost effectively when running at steady baseload. Renewable energy systems, such as wind and solar, are much more sporadic in their energy output, varying with ... More...


Retrofitting lignite plants to improve efficiency and performance, CCC/264

CCC/264 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-587-7

The lignite power industry produces low cost electricity but the associated pollutant emissions are higher than from other fossil fuels. Tighter environmental legislation requires older facilities to either upgrade or fa... More...


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