Power generation

Public attitudes to coal use in the context of global warming, CCC/177

CCC/177 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-497-9

Though coal remains the main fuel for power generation worldwide, concerns regarding the contribution of coal-fired power generation to global warming have also increased considerably in recent years. These concer... More...


Performance and risks of advanced pulverised coal plant, CCC/135

CCC/135 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-454-2

Experience and developments in supercritical (22.1–25 MPa, 540–580ºC) and ultrasupercritical technologies (>25 MPa, >580ºC) are discussed in this review. Benefits of utilising these technologies, s... More...


Ash management in coal-fired power plants, CCC/118

CCC/118 - ISBN: 92-9029-434-5

The presence of troublesome impurities in coal affect its behaviour during combustion and hence the performance of coal-fired boilers. The report discusses how the quantity and composition of the ash varies in the world’s m... More...


Public attitudes to new coal-fired plant, CCC/117

CCC/117 - ISBN: 92-9029-433-7

Though coal remains the world’s most abundant, safe and secure form of energy, the public’s perception of coal-fired power plant is not always favourable. Much of the environmental concerns regarding coal-fired plant focu... More...


Power projects using methane from coal mines, CCC/112

CCC/112 - ISBN: 92-9029-428-0

Methane gas has at least twenty times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide. Recently, methane from coal mines has been receiving attention as both a cause for concern to the environment as well as a potential source... More...


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