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UK Aims to Increase Renewable Energy Capacity by 12GW
COVID-19: Virus ‘Will have Lasting Impact on Energy Demand’
DNV GL report predicts 1.5 degree carbon budget will still be breached this decade despite behavioural changes.
UN Chief Urges Japan, Others to Meet Goals on Climate Change
The United Nations chief urged Japan and other wealthy nations on Thursday to give up their reliance on coal and other fossil fuels and commit to investments in green energy as they recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
China's National Oil Companies Outline Early Green Energy Plans
China's top state oil and gas producers - PetroChina, Sinopec Corp and CNOOC Ltd are working on the following green initiatives.
US Announces Funding for Fusion and Carbon Capture Technologies
The US Department of Energy has announced $72m in funding for carbon capture technologies and $29m for fusion research projects.
WoodMac: Biden Loss Would End Hopes of US Decarbonization by 2050
The stakes are every bit as high as the energy industry and climate change activists say they are.
Golar Power Becomes Hygo Energy Transition
The liquefied natural gas shipper, Golar LNG, said that Golar Power is becoming Hygo Energy Transition.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding to Pilot World’s First Marine Carbon-Capture System
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding is partnering with transportation company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and non-profitable organisation Nippon Kaiji Kyokai to pilot the world’s first marine-based carbon-capture system.
Australia on Track to Achieve Fastest Energy Transition
The country currently has a pipeline of 102GW renewable projects.
Extra UN Climate Talks Mooted for 2021 to Help Negotiators Catch Up
After losing a year to the coronavirus pandemic, UN Climate Change is considering an extra meeting in 2021 to resolve sticking points in the negotiations.
55% EU Emissions Cut ‘Achievable by 2030’
The EU can achieve 55% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990.
Germany Narrows Gap to Achieve Climate Protection Target
Germany wants to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 per cent by 2020 compared with 1990 levels, and by at least 55 pe rcent by 2030.
UNFCCC Calls on Countries to Submit Paris Agreement Plans ahead of COP26
UNFCCC urges countries to submit updated Paris Agreement plans “9-12 months” ahead of 2021 COP26 conference.
Climate Change Poses High Credit Risks for Nuclear Power Plants
Credit risks associated with climate change for nuclear power plant operators in the United States will rise over the next 10 to 20 years.
Oil Spill in Mauritius Causes Ecological Disaster, France and India Assist
An oil spill from the MV Wakashio, a Japanese ship that struck a coral reef in Mauritius on July 25, has imperiled fish and other marine life around the Indian Ocean, according to government officials and environmentalists.
Germany Approves Sixth UER Project
The German environment agency has approved another upstream emissions reduction project, which will save around 117,400t of greenhouse gas emissions.
Donald Trump Poised to Roll Back Methane Regulations for Oil and Gas Industry
President Trump is planning to relax regulations governing methane emissions in the oil and gas industry, according to reports, in a move that could allow millions more tonnes of warming gases to be released into the atmosphere each year.
Mauritius Must Prepare for 'Worst-Case Scenario' After Oil Spill, Prime Minister Says
Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth told the Indian Ocean island nation to prepare for the “worst-case scenario” after a crippled Japanese ship leaked oil off the coast.
Croatian President Sets up Energy Transition Council
Croatian President Zoran Milanović has set up an energy transition council, which will be tasked with organizing expert consultations on important issues in this area with the aim of preparing.
Vestas GHG Goals on Track with Paris Accord
Vestas has had its greenhouse gas reduction targets validated to confirm they are in line with the levels required to keep global warming to 1.5°Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures.
BP To Cut Oil Production 40% By 2030, And Invest Billions Into Green Energy
In some refreshingly good news for the environment, news coming out of London, BP has announced that it is planning to cut oil and gas production by 40% and invest billions of dollars into clean energy.
Asia Reassesses Energy Transition Strategies
Asia has reassessed its energy transition strategies by accelerating utility digital transformation.
Compensation Vital for Coal Phase-Out and Just Energy Transition
The huge task of phasing out coal requires a detailed roadmap to sequence coal plant retirement with a range of policy instruments and support for key stakeholders.
Mexico is Among the Countries Where Solar and Wind Energy Energy are more Cheaper
The Inter-American Development Bank and the International Labor Organization reported that the transition to a less carbonized economy would generate 2.1 million jobs in Mexico over 10 years.
UK Needs Hydrogen, Carbon Capture to Meet Net Zero Goal
Britain's goal of achieving net zero emissions by mid-century is achievable but immediate action is needed across a range of technologies including carbon capture and storage.
New York to Combat Climate Change with 4GW of Renewable Energy
The New York State Government has revealed plans to procure up to 4GW of renewable energy capacity to combat climate change.
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Infosys Becomes Carbon Neutral; Outlines ESG Vision for 2030
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