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Clean Coal Technologies (CCTC) Announces Upcoming Annual Shareholder Webcast

Annual Shareholder meeting to be Webcast on April 30, 2020 due to Coronavirus

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 29, 2020 / Clean Coal Technologies, Inc., (OTCQB: CCTC) (“CCTI” or the “Company”), the leading clean-energy company utilizing patented and proven technology to convert run of mine coal into a cleaner burning and more efficient stabilized fuel, today announced that the company’s annual Shareholder Meeting will be held online and tape-delayed due to the current coronavirus pandemic. Shareholders are encouraged to submit questions for management to address via email before the Thursday 7.00am ET deadline.
“We are very sorry that we will not be able to host our annual Shareholder Meeting under normal circumstances and in-person,” stated Sean Mahoney, spokesperson for CCTI. “Due to the current pandemic, most companies are being forced to operate in this way in order to maintain social distancing and avoid any person-to-person transmission of the virus. Therefore we are encouraging shareholders to submit questions that management can address via our tape-delayed webcast.” read more…

The carbon conundrum: Campbell County at center of push for coal innovation

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. read more…

Could technology open doors to a cleaner-burning future for coal?

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.

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