Coal has a long future in spite of those who seek to eliminate it from use.
By Anton Lang ~
How often have we heard that coal fired power is going extinct, becoming obsolete, a dying enterprise, a stranded asset?
Is that really true?
Well, no it isn’t true at all, and it’s more complex than just saying that.
We all know now that China, and to a lesser extent, India, are still moving ahead with coal fired power, and not just on a small scale, but on a huge scale. Now, China are also implementing, as part of their ‘Belt and Road’ Plan, the advancement of coal fired power in other Countries, nearly all of them Countries classified as still developing by the U.N. and what are sometimes euphemistically referred to as ‘Third World Countries’.
I have been writing about electrical power generation in all its forms now for more than thirteen years. One of the first things I found when I started was…
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