Tagged Carbon

Deloitte | Hydrogen, Making it happen

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Decarbonization has become a global imperative. The 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) sought to push the Paris Agreement targets further, and move from pledges to practical action, with the drive to implement decarbonization solutions and lower emissions now a…

Modernizing Irrigation for Energy Generation

By [Energy Central] Jane Marsh Energy generation goes beyond renewable energy methods like solar and geothermal— the sector needs to produce effective machines that harness power with little to no carbon footprint. Irrigation is an ancient science and art, desperately needing modernization to match the advancements of renewable energy generation technologies. How Will Changes to…

Humber Industrial Cluster Plan

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Humber Industrial Cluster Plan | Net-Zero Emissions Pathways in the Humber The Humber is the largest industrial area within the UK, with over 14 MtCO2 emitted annually and employing thousands of people in foundation heavy industries. • Several industrial decarbonisation projects, exploring carbon capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen production…

Decarbonization for Dummies

By [Energy Central] Anna Kosova As climate change impacts building construction and operation become paramount, building designers, architects, and engineers need to take immediate action. This course will provide design professionals with information about the key issues of decarbonizing the building sector. It will outline some specific steps to be taken to reduce greenhouse gas…

Oil Majors Investing 8 Times Less In Hydrogen Than In Biofuels

By [Energy Central] Tariq Siddiqui European oil majors’ big bet on hydrogen as the transport fuel for the future is not so big in reality KEY INSIGHTS Where Europe’s oil giants Shell, BP, Total, Eni, and Repsol are investing in hydrogen, but only part of this is truly ‘green’. Most of their investments are going…

Burning Man latest foe of clean energy project in Nevada

By Associated Press Editors RENO, Nev. (AP) — Add Burning Man to the list of plaintiffs challenging one of the growing number of “green energy” projects in the works in Nevada. Lithium mines aimed at boosting production of electric vehicle batteries and geothermal power plants that tap underground water to produce renewable energy are at…

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