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After 50 years of operation, the Reuter CHP plant Unit C in Berlin is...
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Cottam closes down after 50 years
The Cottam coal fired power station has switched off its generating plant the final time.
Belchatow met with legal challenge
Environmental group Client Earth has launched a legal challenge against operation of a power plant and two mines in central Poland.
Port Dickson plant reaches COD
The first of two new 1000 MW coal-fired power plants in Port Dickson, Malaysia, has started commercial operation.
Ncondezi Energy signs up CMEC and GE
Plans for the construction of an integrated thermal coal power plant and mine project in Tete Province, Northern Mozambique, are taking shape.
RWE closes Aberthaw coal fired PP
RWE has announced plans to close the 1560 MW Aberthaw B coal fired power station in Wales.
Court revokes Lamu coal firing permit
A court in Kenya has halted plans to build the country’s first coal-fired power plant.
RWE cancels plans for new coal plants
RWE says it will not make any further investments in coal-fired power generation capacity.
JBIC backs Van Phong coal plant
A consortium of banks led by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) has approved a loan for the Van Phong coal-fired power plant project in Vietnam.
EDF plans to close Cottam coal fired plant
EDF says it will close its 2 GW Cottam coal-fired power plant in Nottinghamshire, England at the end of September 2019.
Japanese partners cancel coal plant plans
Idemitsu Kosan, Kyushu Electric Power and Tokyo Gas Co have brought an end to plans to build a new coal-fired coal plant in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Global coal demand set to remain stable to 2023
While global coal demand looks set to rise for the second year in a row in 2018, it is forecast to remain stable over the next five years according to the IEA's latest coal market report.
World Bank pulls out of Kosovo coal project
The future of a planned 500 MW coal-fired power plant is in doubt after the World Bank said it would not provide funding for the project.
Hub coal plant on track
Construction of a 1320 MW coal fired power plant in Hub, Pakistan is on track for commercial operation, according to the developers.
Marubeni to cut coal-fired capacity
Marubeni has pledged to cut its portfolio of coal-fired power plants in half by 2030 and says that it will no longer invest in new coal-fired capacity, as part of a new approach...
Eskom is running low on coal
South African utility Eskom has asked consumers to conserve energy after revealing that it is running low on coal stocks at some of its power stations.
Waratah proposes new coal plant
Australian coal mining firm Waratah Coal has put forward proposals for the construction of a new 700 MW supercritical coal fired plant in Queensland.
First phase bid process complete for Kosovo e Re
ContourGlobal and the government of Kosovo have completed the initial phase of the process to select the main construction contractor for the 500 MW Kosovo e Re power plant.
Vinh Tan fires up
China’s State Power Investment Corp has started commercial operations at unit 1 of the Vinh Tan super-critical thermal power plant in Vietnam.
GE to build Poland’s next power plant
Elektrownia Ostrołęka and GE Power have signed the contract to build Ostrołęka C, a 1000 MW ultra-supercritical coal power plant in the northeast of Poland.