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Recent Trends in the Energy Industry will Contribute Significant to Growth of the Clean Coal Technology Market
Coal remains an important source of energy for the world and the demand is growing rapidly in many developing countries as they enjoy long-overdue economic growth. Over the 50 years from 2000 to 2050, demand might double to exceed 7000 million tonnes of coal equivalent and so account for almost 30% of the world’s primarily energy supply, up from todays 25%.Continue reading “Recent Trends in the Energy Industry will Contribute Significant to Growth of the Clean Coal Technology Market” »
2018 was an excellent year for the global coal industry – a year that saw increased prices, increased production and, most importantly increased global demand, and it was, in many ways, a very good year for CCTI. Continue reading “Management letter to the Shareholders Recapping 2018” »
Clean Coal Technologies (OTC: CCTC) Expects six licensing deals next 12 months worth $1 million each
Clean Coal Technologies (OTC: CCTC) CEO Robin Eves discusses the companies progress in commercializing and licensing its clean coal technology. Expects six licensing deals in next 12 months worth $1 million each + royalties. Read more
What a difference a decade makes.
In the electricity production industry, coal was not only king 10 short years ago, it was the conquering emperor, and the Powder River Basin was its seat of power.
The PRB saw a record year of production in 2008 when it mined and shipped more than 446 million tons of coal and supplied about 50 percent of all the coal burned to produce electricity in the United States.
And as with any empire, the focus of the local energy industry was holding and increasing that power and not so much on the future line of succession. To that end, the nation’s largest coal producers assumed billions of dollars of debt in acquisitions. Continue reading “The carbon conundrum: Campbell County at center of push for coal innovation” »
Clean Coal Technologies and the University of Wyoming are collaborating on a cleaner, more efficient way for the US and the world to produce and consume coal The term ‘clean coal’ has taken on various definitions over the years and has grown to encapsulate several ideas to better coal’s environmental impact. At the heart of all of these solutions is the desire to reduce coal pollution, typically by recapturing carbon released as the product is utilised, or similar. For many, the idea of coal as a dirty word is changing.
Conservative estimates suggest that over 1 billion people globally do not have access to electricity. And one thing that can be said with virtual certainty about those invisible townspeople is that not one person reading this article is one of them.
It is time to face facts on coal and recognise the continued benefits it provides across the globe. Coal is the oldest and most reliable source of energy in the world, with the rst US coal power plant built in the 1880s. It has been the driver behind industrial revolutions and has provided energy to billions of people and, as a result, improved the quality of life across the world. Throughout the Western world, access to electricity is not only expected, it is demanded and viewed upon as a right. However, that is not the case across most of Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, in many of those regions, it is a scarce luxury.
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World Coal magazine