Coal Power Plant

  • An Analysis of a Thermal Power Plant Working on a Rankine Cycle: a Theoretical Investigation

    An analysis of a thermal power plant working on a Rankine cycle: A theoretical investigation R K Kapooria S Kumar Department of Mechanical Engineering, BRCM College of Engineering & Technology, Bahal (Haryana) and National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, India Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, India K S Kasana Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, India Abstract Today, most of the electricity

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  • Coal Power Plant

    Power Shortage in Mindanao: A Call for New Power Plants It is swirling in the news that Mindanao suffers from power shortage. According to the news aired on March 27, 2012 over GMA News' Saksi, The Energy Department had said that projected peak demand in Mindanao is 1,300 MW although the available capacity is only at 1,100 MW, excluding the required reserve margin to maintain the "integrity" of the Mindanao Grid which is pegged at 250 MW. The same television report said the power shortage was reportedly

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  • Coal

    1226112109 The World's Greatest Coal Arbitrage: China's Coal Import Behavior and Implications for the Global Coal Market Summary China is home to the world’s second largest proven coal reserves after the United States. In addition, prior to 2009, China was a net coal exporter. Coal is a cornerstone of the Chinese economy, representing 77 percent of China’s primary energy production and fueling almost 80 percent of its electricity. Moreover, China is the world’s top coal consumer, accounting for nearly

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  • Electricity Generation by Hybrid Biomass Power Plant from Waste for Bangladesh

    Electricity Generation by Hybrid Biomass Power Plant From Waste For Bangladesh Md. Rakibul Islam Monshy Department of Electric Engineering & Computer Science North South University, Dhaka Abstract- Hybrid renewable Biomass Power is becoming popular for remote area power generation applications due to advances in renewable energy technologies and subsequent rise in prices of petroleum products. A hybrid energy system usually consists of two or more renewable energy sources used together to provide

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  • Mercury Power Plant

    A technical paper presentation On NANO Mercury Power Plant (Non Conventional /Renewable)

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  • Case Study Questions– Dulhasti Power Plant

    Case Study – Dulhasti Power Plant The Dulhasti hydro-energy power plant is a run-of-the-river plant on the Chandra River which is a tributary of the Chenab River located in northern Indian provinces of Jammu and Kashmir. Dulhasti is the first hydropower utility of India and the best example of a project management tragedy. In 1989, the Dulhasti project contract was first assigned to a French consortium promising to complete in 57 months and with a budget of $ 50 million. Despite their request

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  • Coal

    com/2010-07-10/news/ct-met-coal-plant-online-sidebar-20100710_1_coal-plant-coal-fired-peabody-energy Page 7 http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct-met-dirty-power-plant-20100918,0,6593923.story As Europe Kicks Coal, Hungarian Town Suffers Miners in Hungary-what to do with cities,industries, states dependent on coal as Ohio,West Virginai, Utah,etc. As countries endeavor to reduce their fossil fuel emissions, many are trying to wean themselves from over-reliance on coal, the most highly emitting

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  • Thermal Power

    lCH1002 Energy Management in Chemical Industries Thermal Power Plants Dr. M. Subramanian Associate Professor Department of Chemical Engineering Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering Kalavakkam – 603 110, Kanchipuram (Dist) Tamil Nadu, India subramanianm@ssn.edu.in 20-July-2010 Rankine cycle layout 20-July-2010 M Subramanian Rankine cycle 20-July-2010 M Subramanian Rankine cycle with reheat Power plant operation • Rankine cycle with reheat – to reduce the formation

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  • Coal

    Definition of coal: • caustobiolitică a sedimentary rock that comes from vegetal incarbonizarea. • the transformation is slow in the absence of atmospheric oxygen at elevated pressures and temperatures that depend on the depth at which the plant is accumulation. Classification of coal: Coal (7000-9000 kcal / kg): anthracite, coal Quality coal (2600-5000 kcal / kg) brown coal, lignite, peat Historically the use of coal Late nineteenth century - coal had a role in the development of industry

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  • Coal Fired Power Plant

    be generated in one place using coal, fairly cheaply. • A fossil-fuelled power station can be built almost anywhere, so long as you can get large quantities of fuel to it. Most coal fired power stations have dedicated rail links to supply the coal. Sounds good, huh! Think again! The important issue as of now is whether there are more advantages than disadvantages of using coal to generate electricity! How about these… Some disadvantages of using coal to generate electricity: • It

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  • Coal India Differences with Tci

    low return Introduction C oal COAL INDIA LTD’s shareholder value is threatened by poor corporate governance, faulty reserve estimations, regulatory risk and macro-economic issues. India Limited is the world’s largest coal miner, with a production of 435 million metric tons (MT) in 2011 -201 2. There is significant pressure on CIL to deliver annual production growth rates in excess of 7%. The company has a 201 7 production target of 61 5 MT.[1 ] Coal India’s track record raises questions

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  • Concepcion Plant

    200-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Concepcion, Iloilo is on track in time for calls to put up additional electricity sources in the light of the acute power shortage in Mindanao. Iloilo Provincial Administrator Raul N. Banias said he met with top officials of Palm Concepcion Power Corp. (PCPC) in Metro Manila to discuss development status of the proposed coal-fired power plant project. A former mayor of Concepcion, Banias was instrumental in helping DM Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) Power Corp., the original

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  • Geothermal Energy a Better Alternative Than Coal Power

    Geothermal Energy a Better Alternative than Coal Power For many years, people have been developing technologies that can improve the quality of life; help save human labor, provide entertainment and make life more comfortable. This technology has led us to depend on different energy-consuming machines like computers, electric motors, televisions, cars, motorcycles etc. because this technology needs energy to function, energy supply is very essential to sustain for the energy-consuming machines

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  • Coal

    Coal Types of coal Based on the carbon content, we differentiate between three main types, or ranks, of coal: lignite, bituminous and anthracite. It is largely the age of the coal and its depth in the earth’s crust that determines the carbon content. Coal with a high carbon content has a higher energy content and is “cleaner” in use, because the content of water and other substances is lower. Lignite Lignite, or brown coal as it is often called, is a young type of coal with a lower carbon content

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  • Coal in West Virgina

    that can be utilized. There is coal, which is a nonrenewable energy resource because there is a limited amount of supply. Then there is wind and hydropower, which are considered renewable energy resources; because there is an infinite amount of supply. The city council may want to take into consideration these two renewable energy sources for the many different advantages each source has to offer. West Virginia has an abundance of natural energy resources such as coal, wind, and hydropower; all of

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  • Coal in India

    a look at Coal in India: current status and outlook The world cannot do without coal. This energy source covers more than one-quarter (28.4% in 2006) of all primary energy consumption and is used to generate nearly 40% of all electricity consumed worldwide. All scenarios and forecasts agree that coal consumption will be growing substantially, driven mostly by China and India. According to the IEA reference scenario (World Energy Outlook 2007), these two countries are expected to account for 82%

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  • Coal Linkage

    over the Coal Linkages Committee meeting that concluded a few minutes ago. “There has to be a more scientific approach that leaves no room for maneuvering, bickering and hurt feelings which follow every such meeting” wondered Mr. Om Prakash. India has a total installed generating capacity of 167 thousand megawatts, comprising 109 thousand megawatts in the Thermal sector, 37 thousand in the Hydro Sector, 17 thousand in the Renewable Sources Sector and the remaining in the Nuclear Power Sector. In

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  • Power

    INFRASTRUCTURE & GOVERNMENT Power Sector in India White paper on Implementation Challenges and Opportunities For release at the Energy Summit, Nagpur - January 2010 KPMG IN INDIA Table of Contents 1 Indian Power Industry - Current Scenario & Opportunities Ahead 2 2 Central and State Utilities Dominate the Industry 3 3 Challenges and Risks 4 4 Project Management Principles to Address Challenges 10 5 Summary and Conclusion 12 1 Executive

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  • Coal Kills

    Coal Kills Different things can lead to global warming and most obvious issue would be vehicles causing smog. It's true, smog can kill and is very harmful to the environment. What about coal burning power plants? Coal fired power plants produce hazardous air pollution more than any other pollution source. With over 600 coal burning power plants remain, why are more being built when it is proven that it harmful to our environment as well as people. Perhaps, people should pay more attention to

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  • Rampal Power Plant

    Rampal Coal-Fired Power Plant Who gains, who loses? Moshahida Sultana Ritu WHO does not know that Bangladesh needs more electricity for its economy to grow? Who does not know that every economic opportunity comes with an environmental cost, be it high or low, visible or less visible? But does this knowledge really leave us with no choice when Bangladesh signs three agreements with India to establish a 1320 megawatt coal- fired power plant in Rampal? No. Without answering the question “who

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  • Thermal Steam-Turbine Power Plants

    Thermal Steam-turbine Power Plants Large steam-turbine plants have two forms: condensing plants, electric power plants. The great masses of hot steam, having accomplished the mechanics work in the turbines of condensing steam-turbine plants, are condensed - i.e. are cooled down and turned back into distilled water, and returned to the boiler for production of steam to activate the turbine. Condensation of steam takes place in condensers where the hot steam

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  • Rampal Power Plant Project

    an MOU was signed between Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) and India's state-owned company National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). The project situated in Rampal, Bangladesh was designated to be completed by 2016. Bangladesh and India shared the implementation cost on a 50:50 equity basis. The remainder cost of 1.5 billion US dollars will be taken as loans from the banks by the Indian based company. Therefore, India is the majority share holder of the power station and India is entitles to

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  • Case Study on Mini Hydro Power Plant & a Tea Factory

    4-year initiative endorsed by 8 EATTA member countries in the region. The objective of this initiative is to encourage the tea sector in East African region to develop Small Hydropower Projects with the aim of reducing operating costs, increasing power supply reliability and reducing greenhouse gas emissions during tea processing. The total project costs have been estimated at 7.1 MUS$ and 8.8 MUS$ respectively for Uganda and Kenya (95% is for the investment). The required equity from the BOO

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  • Dulhasti Power Plant

    INROP- International Research Network of Organizing by Projects IRNOP was founded in 1993 as a loosely coupled network of researchers and have developed from there, adding researchers in countries all over the world. The IRNOP network connects scholars with a background in business, economics, engineering and other fields, with a common interest in projects, project organizations and temporary systems. The goal of inrop is to inform researchers of conferences and other project related issues

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  • Coal

    production by indirect coal liquefaction Eric D. Larson Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University Guyot Hall, Washington Road, Princeton, NJ 08544-1003, USA E-mail: elarson@princeton.edu Ren Tingjin Department of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, 100084 Beijing, China This paper reports detailed process designs and cost assessments for production of clean liquid fuels (methanol and dimethyl ether) by indirect coal liquefaction (ICL). Gasification of coal produces a synthesis

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  • Impact of Nuclear Power Plant in Kudankulam

    ------------------------------------------------- IMPACT OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT IN KUDANKULAM What is Nuclear Power?  Nuclear power, or Nuclear energy, is the use of exothermic nuclear processes, to generate useful heat & electricity. The term includes the following heat producing processes – nuclear fission, nuclear decay and nuclear fusion. Uses 1.   Nuclear power is a low carbon method of producing electricity & in 2011 nuclear power provided 10% of the world's electricity. 2.   Many military and

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  • Power Plant

    Project Charter Cambridge Bay, NWT Power Generating Station Replacement Submitted by: Student # MSTM4040 – Assignment #1 Feb 10, 2013 Table of Contents Section 1. Charter Introduction 3 1.1 Document change control 3 1.2 Executive summary 3 1.3 Authorization 4 Section 2. Project Overview 5 2.1 Project summary 5 2.2 Project goals, business outcomes, and objectives 6 2.3 Project scope 6 2.3.1 Boundaries ………………………………………………………………………7 2.4 Milestones 8 2.5 Deliverables 8

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  • Coal Quality Control

    coal qualiTy conTrol COAL QUALITY CONTROL Source: Aker Solutions Daniel Mahr, P of US baSeD .e energy aSSociateS, P gives us .c, an in depTh look aT The major issues relaTing To coal qualiTy from The perspecTive of Thermal power generaTion. service, and reduced impacts. Different energy conversion technologies have their applications, but no single option does it all. Wind, solar, and hydro options don’t use any fuel, so shouldn’t we just rely on these technologies? Wind power is best sited where

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  • Coal Prices

    Indian coal imports are expected to rise in the financial year through March 2013 as more end-users turn overseas, prompted by a narrowing gap between the domestic and international prices of thermal coal. Excess supply has hammered international thermal coal prices in recent months, with top exporter Indonesia cutting its output forecast to around 360 million tonnes from 390 million to 400 million for 2012. Based on the current global supply and demand picture, end-users expect thermal coal prices

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  • Nuclear Reactor Power Plant Control Systems

    Nuclear Reactor Power Plant Control Systems Mechatronics Professor 13 October 2013 Table of Contents Heading Page # Introduction History Safety Control Systems Coolants Pressurizer Moderator Control Rods Regulations Disposal Conclusion Works Cited Introduction Control systems are an integral part of the nuclear reactor and without the implementation of an effective control system along with constant monitoring and maintenance catastrophic

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  • Clean Coal

    Advanced Clean Coal Technology DeVry University Technology Society and Culture Professor Paul Team D Table of Contents Renee M King I A brief description of the why the technology is needed …………….page 3 II The historical development and context of the technology …………..page 5 III The technology in its cultural context, media influence……………....page 9 IV Psychological considerations and sociological effects…………..….page 10 V Economic questions and considerations

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  • Hydroelectric Power Plants

    Hydroelectric Power Plants When we walk into our living rooms and flip on the light switch, we get electricity. It’s something we do multiple times a day without giving it much thought. It’s only when the power goes out during a storm that we realize how much we take electricity for granted. How do we get electricity? How are our neighborhoods powered? While Maysville, KY residents and businesses obtain electricity from coal powered power plants, many other areas obtain power from hydroelectric

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  • No More Consumption of Coal

    Consumption of Coal After the industrial revolution, energy is urgently needed for both daily life and industries. For hundreds of years, human beings have relied on the consumption of energy. People not only cannot live without them but also have to increase the amount for their better living methods and better life quality. Problems come along with increasing energy, especially when the major part of the energy comes from burning coal. Pollution caused by excess burning of coal and trade problems

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  • Coal

    Coal Coal, a product of decay from plants older than 350 million years, is an integral part of energy production in the United States. Coal provides 56.9% of electricity generation in the United States.[1] With many different types of coal found in different states, the U.S. remains second to Russia in the number of estimated worldwide coal reserves.[2] Between the years of 1885-1950, coal was the most important fuel. One half ton of coal produced as much energy as two tons of wood and at half

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  • Coal Management

    Coal Chain Logistics UNDERSTANDING THE FUNDAMENTALS Featuring the Hunter Valley Coal Chain HOSTED BY QML SERVICES FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL +61 2 4958 4177 or EMAIL info@qmlservices.com Coal Chain Course “The Coal Chain Logistics Course is unique. It offers a practical overview of the whole system.... for people wanting to enhance their understanding of coal chain logistics.” The course explores all the links within the coal chain and the role each of you play in

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  • Essay About Coal Mining

    Do you agree or not on the Coal Mining on Aborlan? Coal mining is very dangerous on our ecosystem. It affects the environment, living organisms, habitats, beautiful sceneries, and landscapes that we have on Aborlan. Coal Mining can also killed innocent miners. For these reasons, I don’t agree on the coal mining that is happening on the Aborlan. Coal is the most important source of fuel. In the process of development, coal mining is one of the major industries, which is contributing towards the

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  • Economy and Coal

    | |Geography | |Natural Resources – How many and what types of | |Coal, copper, lead, molybdenum, | | | |natural resources are available? | |phosphates, rare earth elements, | |

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  • Nuclear Power Plants

    Nuclear Power Plants As human beings we need to find a safe, reliable, long term solution to our energy needs. Researchers need to find and provide information to encourage the building of nuclear power plants. Researchers should present information that leads to building more nuclear power plants in order to provide a long term, a reliable, safer energy solution. The first reason why researchers should present information is to offer a long term energy solution. Nuclear power plants can last

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  • Ethics in Coal Mining

    ethical debate is coal energy. As of 2013 about forty-three percent of electricity produced in the United States came from coal energy, while it also produced a staggering seventy-seven percent of carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation. This rate is much higher in other less developed countries around the world (Coal, 2013). With coal energy still being one of the major forms of energy production, coal energy companies are still trying to secure new contracts to mine coal in new places

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  • Ash Utilization in Private Power Plants

    Private power plants Ash utilization MoEF Notification (3rd Nov 2009) on Fly Ash Utilisation has instructed Operating Coal/Lignite based Power Plants to Achieve the Target for 100% Coal Ash Utilisation S. No. Percentage Utilisation of Coal Ash Generation Target Date from the Date of issue of this Notification 1. At least 50% One Year 2. At least 60% Two Years 3. At least 75% Three Years 4. At least 90% Four Years 5. 100% Five Years A. TATA POWER Trombay, Jojobera and Maithon thermal

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  • Thermal Power Plant Analysis Using Artificial Neural Network

    UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING, NUiCONE-2012, 06-08DECEMBER, 2012 1 Thermal Power Plant Analysis Using Artificial Neural Network Purva Deshpande1, Nilima Warke2, Prakash Khandare3, Vijay Deshpande4 VESIT, Chembur, purva.deshpande@yahoo.co.in, nilimavwarke@gmail.com 3,4 Mahagenco, Mumbai. khandarepk@gmail.com, vijay.deshpande.gmit@gmail.com 1,2 Abstract--Coal-based thermal power stations are the leaders in electricity generation in India and are highly complex nonlinear

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  • America's Dependency on Oil & Coal

    world are in a crisis, and something needs to be done about our dependency on oil and coal. We need to explore alternative fuels and really take a look at what we are doing to the environment. The United States Congress should reduce emissions from oil and coal by funding research and helping to advance the technology involved with alternative fuels. America is a country that is literally fueled by oil and coal. We currently consume 20 million barrels a day, at a cost of 1.4 billion dollars per

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  • Economic Analysis of Wesfarmers Coal

    1. Introduction The Wesfarmers Coal division, with mining interests throughout Australia, is part of Wesfarmers Limited, a major diversified Australian public company. They only produce thermal (steam) coal and metallurgical (coking) coal, with the latter being exported (Figure A). As shown in Figure B coking coal is priced much higher than thermal coal. The firm’s coal interests include the Curragh mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin, the Premier Coal mine at Collie in Western Australia’s south

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  • Safety Climate Analysis at Power Plant

    Safety Climate Analysis at Power Station Basel Marhoon - University of Bahrain 2016 Safety is the main important issue for all worker in the industrial sector. Safety contain many subjects, safety culture and safety climate are one of those subjects and they are concepts that today considered as one of the main concern across the industrial sector. As simple definition, the safety culture is “Making sure people are not harmed is how we do things here”. This work evaluate the safety climate as

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  • Coal and Yallorun

    HOW IS COAL FORMED Fossil fuel formed from the remains of vegetation that grew about 300 - 400 million years ago when the earth was covered by steamy swamps Often referred to as “buried sunshine” Plants which formed coal captured energy from the sun through photosynthesis to create the compounds that make up plant tissue Most important element in plant material is carbon - gives coal most of its energy When the plantation and animals died, their remains sank to the bottom of these swamps

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  • How Chemistry Makes Coal Cleaner: Reviving the Coal Industry

    How Chemistry Makes Coal Cleaner: Reviving the Coal Industry Coal is the dirtiest form of power production here in the US. With the increasing regulations targeting the coal industry, the industry must clean up or close shop. Developments are being made to cut the CO2 produced by coal. Developments like hybrid coal, fuel cells and chemical reactions to strip the oxygen out of the carbon dioxide. The same ethanol put into cars can turn those filthy power plants into something cleaner and less hungry

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  • Clean Coal

    Clean Coal Daniel Robinson DeVry University Understanding what clean coal means can be confusing and the potential impact on the environment can be confusing. Hearing the words clean coal makes most of us think we have finally found a way to actually make coal a clean sustainable resource to generate our electricity. After reading “The Environmental Injustice of ‘‘Clean Coal’’: Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental

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  • Coal Ash

    Two years ago, a massive coal-ash spill in Tennessee awakened Americans to the fact that the billion tons of coal we use each year doesn’t vanish into thin air when it’s burned. In 2008 alone, U.S. power plants produced nearly 100 million tons of coal ash; combined with other coalburning residues, such as gypsum, the total was 133 million tons. Much of that waste is mixed with water and kept in clay-lined ponds, often remarkably close to rivers, underground wells, and residential areas. On Dec

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  • Coal India

    Coal India IPO - The Mother of All IPOs Abstract:Coal India Limited (CIL), a Navratna PSU and the largest coal producing company in the world, came up with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in October 2010, the biggest in the history of the Indian stock market. The IPO sought to raise funds close to INR 1,500,000 million by selling 631.63 million equity shares. Prior to this, the Reliance IPO had been the biggest IPO ever. The price band of the IPO was fixed at INR 225-245. Though the response

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  • Coal

    people persuade others to agree with what is right and just or apt. There are two ways to persuasion: peripheral and central. The central route is the process by which a person carefully ponders upon a communication and is eventually influenced by the power of argument. Juror #8 and Juror #4, both follow this approach towards attitudinal change. Juror #8 appeals for the accused’s innocence in well-thought, organized and elucidated manner. He stipulates his points through empirical evidence and eventually

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