Much of that investment has been fueled by the world's rapidly increasing demand for electricity
With around 75% of coal production now more expensive than renewables, and with the global financial industry continuing their capital flight from thermal coal, what does the future hold for new coal projects?
This month will see a new U.S. milestone in the decline of what was the largest source of electricity generation during the 20th century and the early years of the 21st
In 2017, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) represented the largest market for gas turbines, registering 42% of the global market share
The power industry is starting to take another look at how coal can be run more efficiently and flexibly in future, as the Middle East gets increasingly drawn to the fuel as a viable energy source for its power hungry economies. But just how sustainable is clean coal power generation in the long run?
FEWA, the sole utility provider for the UAE’s norther emirates, is planning to build the 1.8 gigawatt (GW) coal-fired plant based on the independent power producer model