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Epcor to invest over $22M in coal R&D project, municipal water treatment plant upgrade
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Epcor Utilities and the Canadian Clean Power Coalition (CCPC) are collaborating with the federal and Alberta governments on a $33-million research and development project that promises to make Canada ...
11/5/2007 | Full Story

Regulation proposes final date for coal-fired generation in Ontario
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TORONTO, ONT-A proposed coal closure regulation under Ontario's Environmental Protection Act sets December 31, 2014 as the final date for burning coal to produce electricity at Ontario Power Generatio...
7/30/2007 | Full Story

Thermal Energy R&D agreement leads to first Chinese government funding for ThermaloNOX project
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OTTAWA, ONT-Thermal Energy International recently formalized a research and development agreement with the South China University of Technology (SCUT). The focus of the agreement is the commercializat...
7/2/2007 | Full Story

Ontario energy stats show 29% drop in GHG emissions from coal-fired power plants
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TORONTO, ONT-Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Ontario's remaining coal-fired generation stations have dropped by 29% per cent since 2003 and are now below 1990 levels, according to 2006 figures rel...
2/26/2007 | Full Story

New technology seen as core process in SaskPower's clean coal project
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REGINA, SASK-SaskPower, Babcock & Wilcox Canada (B&W) and Air Liquide have agreed to jointly develop carbon dioxide (CO2) separation technology as the core process for SaskPower's clean coal p...
11/13/2006 | Full Story

NS Power to invest $45M to reduce Trenton generating station emissions
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TRENTON, NS-Nova Scotia Power plans to invest $45 million to improve the operational and environmental performance of its coal-fired Trenton generating station. In a submission to the provincial Utili...
11/13/2006 | Full Story

Adoption of CWS for coal-fired power plant mercury emissions highlights CCME meeting agenda
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Environment ministers from the federal, provincial and territorial governments, meeting in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories October 12 and 13, adopted a new Canada-wide standard (CWS) for mercury em...
10/23/2006 | Full Story

$33M Alberta study seeks clean coal technology options
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One of the first projects to receive support under Alberta's new $200 million Energy Innovation Fund is a three-year, $33-million clean coal technology research study. The Front-End Engineering Design...
10/2/2006 | Full Story

SaskPower advances feasibility study of zero-emissions coal plant as part of clean energy portfolio
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SaskPower and Marubeni Canada signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on July 6 which will provide design and engineering for a steam turbine generator and related systems for a 300-megawatt (MW) c...
7/17/2006 | Full Story



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