Power generation

The use of petroleum coke in coal-fired plant, CCC/55

CCC/55 - ISBN: 92-9029-368-3

This report considers the use of petroleum coke particularly in utilities and the cement industry. It describes the production of petroleum coke worldwide. It discusses how the different types of petcokes are produced and the... More...


Advanced power generation - a comparative study of design options for coal, IEACR/55

IEACR/55 - ISBN: 92-9029-213-X

This study provides comparative technical and economic assessments of a variety of design options for coal based power generating systems, using various new technologies. Particular features of emerging technologies are compa... More...


Operation of coal-fired plant - reducing costs, CCC/54

CCC/54 - ISBN: 92-9029-367-5

High capital cost is currently a disincentive to investment of new coal fired power plants. As a result of electricity liberalisation and increasing competition, plant managers of existing coal fired units are being forced... More...


Improving the competitiveness of next generation coal-fired plants, CCC/52

CCC/52 - ISBN: 92-9029-365-9

The liberalisation of electric power generation is producing a more competitive environment which sooner or later, may undermine research and development in the industry and be detrimental to security of electricity supply an... More...


Fuel cells - use with coal and other solid fuels, CCC/47

CCC/47 - ISBN: 92-9029-359-4

Fuel cell developers are focusing on natural gas for their market entry products in the stationary generation market. However, future fuel cell power systems could be fuelled by hydrogen produced by the gasification of coal. ... More...