CO2 mitigation

Prospects for co-utilisation of coal with other fuels - GHG emissions reduction, CCC/60

CCC/60 - ISBN: 92-9029-373-X

Energy reserves, price and security of supply issues are discussed within the context of the prospects for coal and policies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Currently available power generating technologies, de... More...


Greenhouse gas emissions reduction by technology transfer to developing countries, CCC/59

CCC/59 - ISBN: 92-9029-372-1

In a carbon constrained world, continued coal use is viable if the most efficient and appropriate technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are deployed. Together with commitments to limit greenhouse gas emissions, t... More...


Market mechanisms for greenhouse gas emissions reduction, CCC/50

CCC/50 - ISBN: 92-9029-363-2

This report reviews the status of market mechanisms for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction and studies their impacts on coal. The market mechanisms reviewed are: carbon/energy taxes, subsidies, voluntary agreements a... More...


Potential for economic greenhouse gas reduction in coal-fired power generation, CCC/49

CCC/49 - ISBN: 92-9029-362-4

The age distribution of power stations in various regions is compiled to give some idea of the installed capacity which might be economically replaced or upgraded in each area. Analysis of potential greenhouse gas reduction i... More...


Greenhouse gases, abatement and control: the role of coal, IEACR/39

IEACR/39 - ISBN: 92-9029-192-3

Various concepts for assessing the relative importance of greenhouse gas emissions are discussed. Emission factors (gC/MJ) need to include all greenhouse gas emissions and energy losses throughout the cycle in order to compar... More...

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