The Australian membership of the IEA Clean Coal Centre comprises in equal parts the Australian Government and the Australian Coal Industry Consortium.
Australia is represented on the Executive Committee by Dr Noel Simento from Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research & Development and Mr Josh Cosgrave from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
The European Commission
Germany is represented on the Executive Committee by Prof Jürgen-Friedrich Hake (Chair of the ExCo) of Forschungszentrum Jülich.
Forschungszentrum Jülich conducts research to provide comprehensive solutions to the grand challenges facing society in the three fields of health, energy and environment, and information technology. Their aim is to lay the foundation for the key technologies of tomorrow.
Forschungszentrum Jülich develops technologies that benefit research in Germany and worldwide in the areas of health, energy, and climate, as well as information technology. Scientists use computer simulations with supercomputers to define the characteristics of proteins that play a role in autoimmune disorders or to develop evacuation scenarios for large-scale events. Neutron research is a key instrument in materials research, for example, when designing innovative materials with special properties. Society benefits from the research results yielded through these innovative methods and unique instruments. This is the mission of Forschungszentrum Jülich.
Poland is represented on the Executive Committee by Dr Ireneusz Pyka. He works at Glowny Instytut Gornictwa (GIG) (the Central Mining Institute).
Banpu Public Company Limited is a mining and power company in Thailand. It has coal mining operations in Thailand, Indonesia, and China, and coal-fired power generation operations in Thailand and China. Banpu is represented on the Executive Commitee by Mr Akaraphong Dayananda and Mr Prach Chongkittisakul.
BRICC (Beijing Research Institute of Coal Chemistry) is represented on the Executive Committee by Prof. Qu Sijian and Ms Wang Lin.
Electric Power Planning & Engineering Institute (EPPEI) is represented on the Executive Committee by Mr Xie Qiuye, Mr Rui Sun and Mr Yunzhe Zheng.
As a consultation institution, EPPEI mainly provides services to the government, financial institutions, investors, developers, project owners and relevant enterprises, in the following areas:
- studies related to electric power industry, e.g. power planning, industrial policy, new technology R&D, etc.;
- electric power engineering review, evaluation and consulting;
- standardisation of China’s electric power engineering industry.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is a public service infrastructure company that was founded on 1 January 1992 by Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum. DEWA is represented on the Executive Committee by Mr Jamal Shaheen Alhammadi, Mr. Waleed Salman and Mr. Neil Grant.
Doosan Babcock is a specialist in the delivery of engineering, aftermarket and upgrade services to the energy sector. It is one of the world’s leading providers of advanced efficient boilers and biomass conversion technology. Doosan Babcock is represented by Mr. Stuart Mitchell on our Executive Committee.
SUEK is represented by Dr Sergei Grigoriev and Mr Graham Chapman on the Executive Committee.
SUEK is the leading Russian coal company, the largest producer and supplier of coal in the nation, and one of the major global players in its sector.
SUEK holds the first place in Russia by output, keeping its strong position among the largest coal producers in the world. Since it was founded in 2001, SUEK has almost tripled coal production, reaching 92.2 million tons in 2011.