Power generation

Cofiring high ratios of biomass with coal, CCC/194

CCC/194 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-514-3

As concerns regarding greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plant increase, there is greater focus on the feasibility of cofiring high ratios of biomass. This report first addresses the technical issues which arise w... More...


Integrating intermittent renewable energy technologies with coal-fired power plant, CCC/189

CCC/189 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-509-9

Historically, coal-fired power plants have faced competition from other forms of power generation such as nuclear, natural gas and oil. Like most coal-fired plants, many of these were designed to operate primarily on bas... More...


Utilisation of low rank coals, CCC/182

CCC/182 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-502-0

This report discusses the current status of utilisation of low quality coals worldwide. The largest market for low quality coals is power generation. Power generation using low quality coals is dominated by Pulve... More...


Global perspective on the use of low quality coals, CCC/180

CCC/180 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-500-6

This report examines the global situation with regard to the scale, location and major uses of low quality coals and addresses the individual countries where they currently play, or in the future, are likely to play, an ... More...


Chemical looping combustion of coal, CCC/178

CCC/178 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-498-6

Chemical looping combustion is an indirect form of combustion in which an oxygen-containing solid material, typically a metal oxide, supplies the oxygen to a fuel, and the spent oxygen ‘carrier’ is separately rege... More...


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