Commercial building’s account for over half the carbon emissions in urban Australia. The more telling figure is that these emissions have grown 87% from 1990-2006. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions have become centrepieces to CSR statements and what private business is pushing for, Government is aiding with the easing of access to funding for retrofitting projects.
The All-Energy Australia Conference is rapidly gaining a worthy reputation of being the very best place to hear the latest on developments in the clean and renewable energy industry and its associated technologies in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
The APPEA Environment Conference 2011 will highlight the environmental issues and opportunities facing the oil and gas industry in Australia as it moves into an unprecedented era of growth. The conference will include presentations on new processes, policies and technology innovations that are allowing the industry to further improve its environmental performance.
The event will unite key players from across the CCS industry, both from private and public sectors. Tackling the
key issues facing the CCS industry, focus will be paid to; European and British CCS policy, mobilising funds, the development of CCS infrastructure and storage. Moving away from generic CCS discussions, this finance focused event
will highlight the bankability of CCS projects for private investors, including detailed analysis of risks and challenges from international experts.
EPRI’s CoalFleet for Tomorrow® and CO2 Capture and Storage programs (66 and 165) will be holding a joint technical meeting in Birmingham, Alabama to review recent progress on the research from each program. We will also tour the facilities of the National Carbon Capture Center including the newly commissioned post-combustion capture pilot plant at Southern Company’s Plant Gaston and the pre-combustion capture slipstream units at the Power Systems Development Facility.
The conference will focus on the clean coal industry policy under the 12th five-year plan and project examination and approval criteria, analysis of low-carbon economic climate and related national policies and practical experience of leading Chinese clean coal project developers. It will also follow closely the progress of new coal chemical demonstration projects, the development of IGCC and IGCC polygeneration and the latest coal gasification and IGCC technologies.
Policymakers, private sector firms, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) across Asia will gather on 20-24 June 2011 in Manila, Philippines for the 6th Asia Clean Energy Forum, "New Business Models and Policy Drivers: Building the Low-Carbon Future".
This project is considered on hold. This project is developing a 340 MW oxy-fuel natural gas-based power plant in Rotterdam that would capture around 2.5 million tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide. The project is part of the Rotterdam Climate Initiative.