The Clean Coal Centre’s biennial flagship event, the International Conference on Clean Coal Technologies (CCT2015), was held last week in Krakow with the help of our local hosts, the Central Mining Institute of Poland. The event brought together some major players from the energy industry, national research institutes, and universities from coal regions around the world, with almost 200 participants attending from over 30 countries. Being involved in the organisation meant that I wasn’t able to get to as many of the 120 or so presentations as I’d have liked, but I’ll try to pick out . . .