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Poland: Enea will spend around 500 mln zlotys to meet EU coal plant rules

Poland's state-run utility Enea will have to spend around 500 million zlotys ($134.22 million) to make most of its electricity stations compliant with the European Union's latest air quality requirements, as stated by Enea's chief executive on Thursday.

read more... 26/05/2017

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China: Coal consumption continues to grow

China is dealing with a big air quality problem, so recently the Government has announced that they will reduce their coal consumption share from its current 67 percent to 65 percent by 2017. The country intends to convert coal in syntethic gas, but this will result in more carbon dioxide emissions released because converting coal to make synthetic gas and then combusting the gas to make electricity will double the amount of carbon dioxide emissions released in the atmosphere.

read more... 31/03/2014

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Coal consumption keeps growing in China

China is dealing with a big air quality problem, so recently the Government has announced that they will reduce their coal consumption share from its current 67 percent to 65 percent by 2017. The country intends to convert coal in syntethic gas, but this will result in more carbon dioxide emissions released because converting coal to make synthetic gas and then combusting the gas to make electricity will double the amount of carbon dioxide emissions released in the atmosphere.

read more... 21/02/2014

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China increased its imports of natural gas in 2013

China’s natural gas imports have been boosted in latest years as a result of growing demand, since the country is trying to decrease its fossil fuel consumption and improve air quality. China saw its total volumes of imported natural gas increasing by 25 % year on year in 2013.

read more... 04/02/2014

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Coal consumption keeps growing in China

China is dealing with a big air quality problem, so recently the Government has announced that they will reduce their coal consumption share from its current 67 percent to 65 percent by 2017. China intends to convert coal in syntethic gas, but this will result in more carbon dioxide emissions released because converting coal to make synthetic gas and then combusting the gas to make electricity will double the amount of carbon dioxide emissions released in the atmosphere.

read more... 25/11/2013

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