Half of The World’s Newest Power Plants are Using Renewable Sources

Nearly half of all the world’s power plants brought online in 2014 produce their energy by renewable means. No longer a niche market, rapidly expanding green energy is set to become the world’s main source of electricity within twenty years.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that green energy is currently the second-largest source of the world’s electricity, and it is gaining […]

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Titan Infra Energy Group Mining Safety Commitment

Fulfillment of the obligations and responsibilities of the management of mining business activities against any employee in the application of the Occupational Health and Safety (K3) according to Ministerial Decree Mining and Energy 555K/1995, clause 28-30, the owner of the business activities must provide K3 education and training for all employees.
By reference to the Circular Letter of directorate general of […]

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PT Firman Ketaun Obtained Third Predikat Biru from 2015 PROPER

PT Firman Ketaun is a holder of coal exploitation license issued by the Regent of North Bengkulu. All of company’s business activities were carried out by PT Cakra Bumi Pertiwi and it’s sub-contractors, PT Caipta Kridatama and PT Bina Bara Sejahtera.
In 2015, PT Firman Ketaun/PT Cakra Bumi Pertiwi is appointed for the third time by the Ministry of Environment through […]

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First Audit, PT Titan Wijaya Received Predikat Biru of PROPER

PT Titan Wijaya is a concessionaire company of terminal operations in terms of coal mining issued by the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia. All of PT Titan Wijaya business activities were carried out by PT Maritim Sumber Energi.
In 2015, PT Titan Wijaya/PT Maritim Sumber Energi is appointed by the Ministry of Environment through the Environmental Agency of […]

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CoAlgae Can Help Meet Future Energy Needs

A NEW fuel, Coalgae, produced from a combination of waste coal dust and algae, could save SA up to 40% of its crude oil imports.
Ben Zeelie and his team at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) combined coal dust with algae to form neat, clean-burning briquettes. When heated up, they produce high-quality crude oil — an invention that is science at […]

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