Can we make steel without metallurgical coal?

Can we make steel without metallurgical coal?

Well, yes, we can. It’s called HydroMOR and it replaces expensive metallurgical coal with abundant, affordable lignite (brown coal), delivering lower emissions and, most importantly lower cost. And this combination of lower emissions and lower cost is the key to successful innovation as we attempt to shift away from the use of metallurgical coal, and… Continue Reading >

Energy policy shake-up set to energise new technologies

Energy policy shake-up set to energise new technologies

Hot on the heels of the Federal Labor party’s renewed commitment to net zero-CO2 emissions by 2050, the federal coalition government has recently announced a significant shift on climate policy; a shift they describe as ‘more gas and more tech — not taxation — as the way to support cheaper and low emission climate solutions… Continue Reading >

Non-Renounceable Entitlement Offer Notice of Results

Non-Renounceable Entitlement Offer Notice of Results

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ECT) (ECT or Company) is pleased to advise that the non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer announced on 6 December 2019 (Entitlement Offer) closed on Monday, 10 February 2020. A total of 3,892,462,624 New Shares and 1,556,984,980 New Options will be issued pursuant to the Entitlement Offer. The Company received valid applications… Continue Reading >

Entitlement Offer Closed

Entitlement Offer Closed

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ECT) (ECT or Company) is pleased to advise that its Non-renounceable Entitlement Offer closed today at 5pm (AEDT). The Entitlement Offer was undertaken by way of a Non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer on the basis of one (1) new share for every one (1) share held by eligible shareholders as at… Continue Reading >

Why Japan is building 22 new coal-fired power stations

Why Japan is building 22 new coal-fired power stations

A recent article by Hiroko Tabuchi for the New York Times highlights Japan’s plan to build 22 new coal-fired power stations across 17 sites over the next 5 years, adding up to 20GW of capacity to its grid. This is in addition to Japan’s existing coal-powered fleet of around 46GW and almost as much as… Continue Reading >