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June 2017

Coal will be an important guarantor for sustained growth in ASEAN

ASEAN Energy Insights The World Coal Association (WCA), in collaboration with the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), has published a report looking at energy in the ASEAN region[1].  The report...

Jun 8th 2017

Coal in the energy mix of ASEAN countries

The World Coal Association (WCA) continues with its focus on coal in key economies with a new fact sheet on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)[1] region. Affordable, reliable and...

Jun 1st 2017

WCA responds to US withdrawal from Paris Agreement

The World Coal Association (WCA) has responded to the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Agreement. WCA CEO, Benjamin Sporton says: “This decision is the result of a failure to...

Jun 1st 2017

May 2017

The road to Paris for ASEAN countries

The last 18 months have been a landmark period for climate, environment and development negotiation processes, with the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement at...

May 30th 2017

ASEAN’s Energy Equation indicates the way forward for Southeast Asia

The World Coal Association (WCA), in collaboration with the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), published last week the report “ASEAN’s Energy Equation”. The report is the first comprehensive...

May 24th 2017

Propelling ASEAN towards Clean Coal Technology

Coal, the most abundant and reliable energy resource, will continue to be the dominant energy source in power generation to meet the fast-growing electricity demand in the emerging economies of the...

May 22nd 2017

CO2 Utilization as a Building Block for Achieving Global Climate Goals

First published in Cornerstone, Volume 4, Issue 4 By Janet Gellici, Chief Executive Officer, National Coal Council Consensus is growing among industry, the environmental community,...

May 17th 2017

Southeast Asia can accelerate achievement of Paris Agreement goals

Last updated 5 June 2017 Low emissions coal in Asia reduces more CO2 emissions than renewable investment in Western Europe. Jakarta, 17 May 2017- Investing in low emissions coal plants in...

May 17th 2017

Letter to the Financial Times

Dear Editor, RE: Britain rakes out the coals of a dying power source (April 22), The UK is responsible for less than 3% of global energy demand  and so is not indicative of the entire...

May 10th 2017

Dubai: Pioneering a Sustainable Energy Model for Sustainable Development and Security of Supply

First published in Cornerstone, Volume 4, Issue 4 By Taher Diab, Senior Director of Strategy & Planning, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy The Emirate of Dubai is one of the fastest...

May 10th 2017