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IEA Clean Coal Centre

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Istituito nel 1975 lo IEA Clean Coal Centre è uno dei quaranta Implementing agreement dell’Agenzia internazionale per l’Energia (IEA). Il Clean Coal Centre è universalmente ritenuto la fonte più importante, imparziale e autorevole di informazioni, ricerche e analisi sul carbone e sulle tecnologie che possano permetterne un utilizzo efficiente e ambientalmente sostenibile.

Il Centro pubblica rapporti tecnici, analisi e commenti; agevola le attività di ricerca e sviluppo nel settore; organizza workshops e conferenze e gestisce il maggior database al mondo sul carbone. IEA CCC mette a disposizione dei Paesi membri dell’organizzazione la propria esperienza e conoscenza specifica sui tutti i temi relativi alla catena produttiva legata al carbone.

Su indicazione dell’allora ministero dell’Industria, dal 1989 Sotacarbo rappresenta l’Italia nello IEA Clean Coal Centre.

IEA Clean Coal Centre (logo)Coal produces around 40% of the world’s power and so underpins much of global economic activity. Many major economies are dependent on coal. Coal has various advantages – there are diverse sources of supply and it is less susceptible to price volatility than oil or gas. Thus, coal can play an important  role in energy security.

Established in 1975, the IEA Clean Coal Centre is a major provider of impartial information, analysis and research on all aspects of coal. A team of experienced professionals gather, analyse and distribute information and knowledge on the efficient and clean use of coal.

The Centre publishes technical reports and reviews, facilitates R&D, assists in the provision of networks, organises workshops and conferences and builds and maintains a number of databases. We are also available to provide expert advice for our members on any aspect of the coal chain.

There is no political or commercial influence on the research and information provided – the IEA Clean Coal Centre is a non-profit organisation funded primarily by member subscriptions. Located in London we employ approximately 20 staff, largely made up of engineers, scientists and information specialists.

Since 1989 Sotacarbo has been representing Italy in the IEA Clean Coal Centre.