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IEA Clean Coal Centre (logo)The IEA Clean Coal Centre reports cover every aspect of the coal chain from mining through to combustion, emissions control, economic and policy studies.
Full report, which is a comprehensive literature review with expert analysis, could be downloaded for free by residents of member countries, Italy included, from the following link http://www.iea-coal.org.uk/site/2010/publications-section/reports. The reports abstracts has been available here.

  • CCC/229

    Status of advanced ultra-supercritical pulverised coal technology (CCC/229) Kyle Nicol December 2013 In pulverised coal combustion (PCC) power plant, increasing the maximum temperature of the …
  • CCC/228

    Coal prospects in Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia, Zimbabwe e Namibia (CCC/228) Paul Baruya, John Kessels December 2013 Increasing demand for coal in Asia is stimulating …
  • CCC/227

    Advances in multi-pollutant control (CCC/227) Anne M Carpenter November 2013 Pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides (nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and nitric oxide (NO)), sulphur dioxide (SO2), sulphur …
  • CCC/226

    Techno-economic analysis of PC versus CFB combustion technology (CCC/226) Toby Lockwood October 2013 In the last ten years circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) has emerged …
  • CCC/225

    Challenges and opportunities for coal gasification in developing countries (CCC/225) Andrew Minchener October 2013 Coal gasification for chemicals, gaseous and liquid fuels production can fulfil …
  • CCC/224

    Quantifying emissions from spontaneous combustion (CCC/224) Lesley Sloss September 2013 Spontaneous combustion can be a significant problem in the coal industry, not only due to the obvious …
  • CCC/223

    Combining renewable energy with coal (CCC/223) Stephen Mills September 2013 There are various possibilities for incorporating biomass into coal-fuelled processes and a number of these …