Tagged Carbon

The Artificial Intelligence of Climate Policy

By Jim Baird A promise to compel your children to do something you aren’t prepared to do your self is hypocrisy that they will never forgive you for.A tax on carbon intended to bring about a reduction in.. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective –…

Fuel Cell Power Plays From California to Kenya

By [email protected] If high-temperature fuel cells grow into their long-promised potential and scale Wesoff’s Wall into profitable territory, future historians may well point to 2018 as the sector’s annus mirabilis. In early 2018 Congress restored the Fuel Cell Investment Tax Credit and introduced the Section 45Q Carbon Capture Credit. Summer 2018 marked Bloom Energy’s IPO….

40% Of China’s Coal Plants Are Losing Money, Reports Carbon Tracker

By Joshua S Hill Two-fifths of China’s coal power plants are losing money according to a new “revolutionary” satellite-based methodology designed to assess climate risk from fossil fuel plants launched this week by Carbon Tracker, which also showed that plant owners could save nearly $390 billion by closing plants in line with the Paris Climate…

California: beyond 100% renewables

By By John Anderson in Santa Clara IN DEPTH | California passed a law for 100% carbon-free power by 2045, but the next governor is likely to raise the bar further, writes John Anderson Read Full Article Here For more great articles: www.rechargenews.com

Royal Caribbean strikes wind deal with Southern Power

By Michelle Froese Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has signed an agreement with Southern Power, a leading U.S. wholesale energy provider and subsidiary of Southern Company, for Southern Power’s 200-MW Reading Wind Facility. The new wind agreement is expected to offset up to 12% of Royal Caribbean’s emissions, beginning in 2020. This initiative, which will offset…

Mercedes-Benz S 560 e PHEV now available for ordering

By mmillikin The third generation of the plug-in hybrid from Mercedes-Benz is due to be launched. (Earlier post.) The new S 560 e (combined fuel consumption: 2.6-2.5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 59-57 g/km, combined electrical consumption: 20.2-20.0 kWh/100 km) can be ordered from today. The modified components and the intelligent powertrain management’s new anticipatory…

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