2019. 3. 12.· PERSPECTIVES ON BROWN COAL OFFICAL NEWSLETTER OF BROWN COAL INNOVATION AUSTRALIA February 2017: Issue 18 PRINT VERSION Page 4 of 17 CHINA hinese perspective on priorities of research funding for coal, coal to chemicals and carbon capture and storage By Professor Zhenyu Liu, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing University
2020. 12. 4.· A Japanese-Australian consortium is set to begin producing hydrogen from brown coal in a $500 million pilot project seen by its architects as the first step in creating one of the world’s first zero-emission energy supply chains.
2021. 3. 26.· PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — The Corporation of Brown University concluded Saturday, after a long, deep, and thoughtful discussion, that divestiture from a set of companies involved in the mining or use of coal for generating electricity is not the right tool for addressing climate change, indicating that teaching and research are more effective approaches to address this pressing
The importance of coal in Germany has diminished over the years. In 1960 as many as half a million people worked in black coal mines, while 150,000 worked in brown coal mining. This structural
2019. 8. 20.· WORLD COAL PERSPECTIVES TO 2030 Dr. Klaus BRENDOW World Energy Council, Geneva/London Abstract In Summer 2004, the World Energy Council published a Study on “Sustainable Global Energy Development: the Case of Coal”. The Study aims at developing an internationally consistent reply to the question whether and to what extent coal use could be
2019. 6. 27.· After an increase of 1% in 2017, global coal demand rose by 0.7% to 3,778 million tonnes oil equivalent (Mtoe).6These increases follow two years of decline. Thus, despite recent increases, global coal demand remains below its peak of 3,927 Mtoe reached in 2014.