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Workshop on Best Practices in Production of Electricity from Coal 29 October 2015 Salle IX, Palais des Nations, Geneva

Workshop on Best Practices in Production of Electricity from Coal 29 October 2015 Salle IX, Palais des Nations, Geneva

29 October 2015 - 29 October 2019
Salle IX, Palais des Nations Geneva Switzerland

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LOGISTICAL INFORMATION (Pdf)

Documents

Document Title & Symbol ENG FRE RUS
Workshop Programme PDF

Presentations

Presentation Title & Author ENG FRE RUS
Session A: The Role of Coal in Energy Systems      
A Picture of Current and Future Global Coal Use      
Milagros Miranda, World Coal Association PDF    
Samantha McCulloch, IEA Secretariat PDF    
Electricity Generation Technology Overview
Andrew Minchener, IEA Clean Coal Centre
PDF    
Session B: Cleaner Power from Coal: New-Build Thermal Plant Options      
Overview of Solutions – Summary and Deep Dive on one Specific Technology
Revis James, EPRI
PDF    
Technology Provider Perspective
Keiji Makino, JCOAL
PDF    
Flexible Coal
Revis James, EPRI
PDF    
Country Perspectives      
Leon Kurczabinski, Poland PDF    
Mücella Ersoy, Turkey PDF    
Session C: Cleaner Power from Coal: Retrofit Options and Limitations      
Overview of Solutions – Summary and Deep Dive on one Specific Technology
Revis James, EPRI
PDF    
Technology Provider Perspective
Tim Bertels, Shell
PDF    
Country Perspectives      
Vladimir Budinsky, Czech Republic PDF    
Milena Djakonovic, Serbia PDF    
Shamil Dikambaev, Kyrgyzstan      
Session D: Enabling CO2 Mitigation Options with Thermal Efficiency      
Pathways towards CCS
Guido Magneschi, GCCSI
PDF    
Panel Session and Debate: Future role of coal in Power Generation
Moderated by Barry Worthington    Sergey Katyshev, Kazakhstan; Jon Gibbins, UK; Tim Bertels, Shell; Samantha McCulloch, IEA Secretariat
     
Closing Remarks
Barry Worthington, USEA and Chair of UNECE Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Production from Fossil Fuels