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Australian National Low Emissions Coal R&D (ANLEC R&D)

ANLEC R&D will invest over 150 million dollars to support the research and development and demonstration of low emissions coal technologies (LECT) for power generation.

This focus is driven by the recognition that early projects must succeed for LECT to be accepted as a viable option in the portfolio of approaches required to achieve substantial global reductions in CO2 emissions while meeting growing energy demand.

ANLEC R&D will address:

  • The near term risk reduction and technology developments necessary for successful demonstration of LECT in Australia.
  • The delivery of skills, data and knowledge to assist key stakeholders understand the benefits and deployment risks of LECT's.
  • Support for, and investigation of, issues affecting the performance of the early demonstration projects.

ANLEC R&D’s funding is provided by the Commonwealth Government of Australia and by ACALET (Australian Coal Association Low Emission Technologies Ltd) through the Coal21 initiative.

For more information, visit www.anlecrd.com.au

If you have an event you would like to include in our Events Calendar, send the details through to Kirstyn.Krausz@bcinnovation.com.au for consideration >

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Events Calendar

19-20 November 2012

AIE National Conference, InterContinental, Sydney, Australia
The theme for this conference is 'Australia’s Energy Future: Air Water Fire Earth. Spoiled for Choice?' For more information visit http://www.aie2012.com.au

4-5 March 2013

Coal Tech 2013, Rendezvous Grand Hotel Melbourne, Aust.

22-25 April 2013

World of Coal Ash, Lexington, Kentucky USA
This conference focuses on the science, applications and sustainability of coal ash utilisation. It will encompass all aspects of coal combustion products/byproducts as well as gasification products. Call for papers now open, visit http://www.worldofcoalash.org/presenters/callforpapers.html

12-16 May 2013

Sixth International Conference on Clean Coal Technologies, Thessaloniki, Greece
The CCT2013 conference will include clean coal technologies, developments in carbon capture, zero emissions technologies and utilisation of low grade coals. For more information visit http://www.cct2013.org/ibis/CCT2013/home

2-6 June 2013

The 38th International Technical Conference on Clean Coal & Fuel Systems, Clearwater, Florida, USA
Visit http://www.coaltechnologies.com/

14-16 August 2013

COAL-GEN 2013, Charlotte Convention Centre, Charlotte, North Carolina USA
COAL-GEN is currently accepting abstracts that provide educational and relevant information to the present and future of coal-fired generation. Visit http://www.coal-gen.com/index.html

16-19 September 2013

Pittsburgh Coal Conference, Beijing, China
Visit http://www.engineering.pitt.edu/PCC/