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thenewdaily.com.au - Alan Kohler: Australia's solar tsunami to trigger coal collapse
Alan Kohler: Australia's solar tsunami to trigger coal collapse
The New Daily

The coal-fired power generation industry is on the brink of collapse. Although coal generation must end eventually if we're to have zero carbon emissions by 2050, the transition to renewables is happening a lot faster than expected, and neither the…

cbc.ca - Bob Weber - No details: Alberta energy minister announces date for start of coal consultations
No details: Alberta energy minister announces date for start of coal consultations
CBC

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Alberta says public consultations on its plans to expand coal-mining will begin March 29 but there's no decision yet on how they will go ahead. 'I have directed my department officials to bring…

bloomberg.com - Michael R. Bloomberg - Biden's Strongest Climate Allies Are Outside Washington
Biden's Strongest Climate Allies Are Outside Washington
Bloomberg

For the past four years, communities and companies across the U.S. have been stepping up their environmental efforts. The current administration should encourage their initiative. For the past four years, communities and companies across the U.S.

miningweekly.com - Theresa Bhowan - Two-phase coal project will secure production
Two-phase coal project will secure production
Mining Weekly

Coal exploration and mining company Canyon Coal's De Wittekrans greenfield project, in Mpumalanga, South Africa, will take place in two phases. Phase 1 – the opencast operation – has an economically minable reserve of 14.3-million…

businessgreen.com - The steel industry will soon have little use for Cumbrian coal
The steel industry will soon have little use for Cumbrian coal
Business Green

Global market forces and the impending shift towards greener forms of steel manufacturing will likely render plans for a new coal mine in Cumbria redundant, writes Andrew Warren Howls of outrage at the government's decision not to block plans for…

daily-sun.com - Govt to drop nine coal-fired plants
Govt to drop nine coal-fired plants
daily sun

The government has decided in principle to scrap nine proposed coal-fired power plant projects having the combined capacity to generate 7,461 megawatts (MW) of electricity. The decision came from a monthly review meeting of the Power Division…

acqro.in - Riya Roy - Be 'muscular' and drive green recovery, Cameron tells Johnson
Be 'muscular' and drive green recovery, Cameron tells Johnson
ACQRO

Boris Johnson must be “muscular” in reshaping the economy to bring about a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis, former prime minister David Cameron has said, calling for an active policy of industrial intervention. Cameron, who…

independent.co.uk - Jamie Henn - Republicans embarrassed themselves horribly at Deb Haaland's confirmation hearing | Jamie Henn
Republicans embarrassed themselves horribly at Deb Haaland's confirmation hearing | Jamie Henn
The Independent

The Independent employs over 100 journalists around the world to bring you news you can trust. To support truly independent journalism, please consider making a contribution or taking a subscription. The Republican Party's fealty to their donors in…

nationalreview.com - Jim Geraghty - Joe Manchin in Command
Joe Manchin in Command
National Review

Thanks to Isaac Schorr for filling in for me yesterday. On the menu today, welcome to the de facto presidency of Joe Manchin; the gang at Politico starts to worry that the Biden presidency is off to a slow start; and in my neck of the woods, public…

stuff.co.nz - Meridian close to signing deals to sell 'Tiwai' power to replace coal boilers
Meridian close to signing deals to sell 'Tiwai' power to replace coal boilers
Stuff

Meridian Energy believes it is close to signing deals that will see it supply cheap electricity to commercial customers in the South Island to replace coal boilers. Such deals could make it less likely that cheap power will be available to power…

business-standard.com - Press Trust of India - Reliance Industries prices coal gas from Madhya Pradesh at minimum $6
Reliance Industries prices coal gas from Madhya Pradesh at minimum $6
Busienss Standard

Reliance Industries Ltd on Wednesday sought bids from buyers of coal gas it produces from CBM blocks in Madhya Pradesh at a minimum price of about USD 6 at the current oil price. Reliance sought bids for 0.82 million standard cubic meters per day…

ohiocapitaljournal.com - Marty Schladen - Critics take aim at HB 6 coal subsidies
Critics take aim at HB 6 coal subsidies
Ohio Capital Journal

A 2019 energy bill at the heart of a historic Ohio scandal has plenty of critics and it contains plenty of provisions of which they're critical. There's more than $1 billion to prop up two nuclear reactors that supposedly can't compete on their…

stuff.co.nz - Genesis posts 'record' result as it takes third coal-fired turbine out of storage
Genesis posts 'record' result as it takes third coal-fired turbine out of storage
Stuff

Genesis Energy has quadrupled its interim profit to $53 million and upgraded its full year earnings guidance on the back of higher retail profit margins and lower fossil fuel costs. The company reported an operating profit of $217m for the six…

globalnews.ca - Staff - Alberta First Nations oppose coal expansion in Rocky Mountains
Alberta First Nations oppose coal expansion in Rocky Mountains
Global News

Two of Alberta's largest First Nations have written letters to coal companies saying they will oppose any new mine proposals in the Rocky Mountains. Story continues below advertisement The Siksika and Kainai bands say new mines would threaten one…

ctvnews.ca - The Canadian Press - Serious concerns': Alberta First Nations oppose coal expansion in Rocky Mountains
Serious concerns': Alberta First Nations oppose coal expansion in Rocky Mountains
CTV News

Published Feb. 24, 2021 5:53 p.m. ET EDMONTON -- Two of Alberta's largest First Nations have written letters to coal companies saying they will oppose any new mine proposals in the Rocky Mountains since the provincial government has consistently…

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