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An estimated $163 billion worth of transmission investment is underway in the U.S. and Canada, with $13.5 billion in 2013 alone, according to TransmissionHub data. For 2014, there are “$25.6 billion on the books,” Kent Knutson director of Hub Services for PennWell, added during the December 3
With the combination of coal-fired power plant retirements and a possible increase in natural gas prices, wholesale electricity prices are expected to increase for on-peak and off-peak hours.
Even if the coal industry maintains financial competitiveness, it must also maintain the public license to operate, which could be threatened by the perception of a lack of sustainability.
Edenville Energy has announced plans to construct a 100 megawatt coal-fired power station at its Tanzania-based Rukwa coal project.
The Southeast U.S., historically a heavy user of coal power, has been using less coal-fired power generation
Power utility EPS and China Machinery Engineering have signed a deal to build a new 350-megawatt coal-fired power unit in Serbia.
The agreement ensures Chicago’s power supply will be sourced by Constellation from non-coal fueled assets
The UK has ended its support for public financing for coal-fired power plants built overseas.
Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, is calling for drastic change in coal-fired power generation.
A new generation of hard coal-fired power plants has been initiated in Germany with the activation of the 725 MW Walsum facility in Dortmund.