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Stockholm gets rid of coal for district heating

Operations at the coal-fired cogeneration plant KVV6 at Värtaverket, which has supplied heat and electricity to Stockholmers (...)

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D2Grids and Nottingham City Council at forefront of exciting future for mine energy in UK

As an active D2Grids partner, Nottingham City Council will be commissioning The Coal Authority to undertake a mine energy (...)

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Will China build more Coal to stimulate the economy?

Could China ramp up coal generation – of the order of hundreds of GW by 2030 – as part of its efforts to stimulate its econom (...)

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Wildfires in Izmir: a green plan for the city, an urban plan for the forests

After last summer’s massive forest fires in Izmir, Turkey, villagers were afraid their environment might be further threatene (...)

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[D2grids] Old coal mine district heating

Mijnwater B.V. is building a new network of pipes in Heerlen that will supply cooling and heating to homes, offices, stores (...)

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Largest UK coal plant close to running on 100% renewables

Power company Drax has converted another of its coal units to run on biomass. The original coal plant has been in operation (...)

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Trump plans ‘unprecedented’ action to stop coal plant closures

The White House is planning to take drastic steps to keep coal and nuclear plants from closing. A press statement, released (...)

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New York to end all coal-fired power by 2020

New York State has proposed strict new carbon dioxide standards which will lead to coal plants having to change the way they (...)

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UK on course to remove coal power without new gas plants

A new report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has detailed how the UK can completely phase-out coal power without the need (...)

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Canada and the UK launch new global alliance against coal during COP23

During climate talks in Bonn, Canada and the UK along with the Marshall Islands have launched the “Powering Past Coal” allian (...)

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Europe must curb emissions from buildings, urges coalition of 300 businesses - as Green Building Councils help governments to develop ambitious action plans for renovation

Europe must lead the world on cutting greenhouse gas emissions from existing buildings if we are to meet the ambition of (...)