Tagged Emissions

Project Union (Executive Summary)

By Charley Rattan As a nation, we’re currently heavily reliant on natural gas for industry and power generation, as well as for heat in our homes and businesses. While the UK builds renewable wind generation to lower our emissions and reach the national target of net zero by 2050, gas will continue to play an…

Is California a ‘Blue Carbon’ pioneer?

By Tavise Morabia A new California state bill could require blue carbon measures to mitigate the effects of coastal development on marshes and wetlands. Californian’s AB 2593, authored by Assemblymember Boerner Horvath, D-Encinitas, would require projects on public lands to compensate for greenhouse gas emissions by building or contributing to ‘blue carbon’ projects. The.. Click…

Schneider Electric scoops up DERMS provider AutoGrid

By Jennifer Runyon Distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) provider AutoGrid said on May 11 that it has been acquired by Schneider Electric, a global company focused on energy management and automation. The companies said the acquisition will provide AutoGrid with additional resources and global reach to accelerate growth and innovation. Distributed energy resources (DER)…

Using RNG to Power EVs Reduces Total US GHG Emissions by 25%

By Alan Rozich Synopsis Going “all in” with electric vehicles (EVs) has the potential to significantly reduce energy resource consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the US and other countries. A scenario where EVs are powered with energy produced using RNG (renewable natural gas) is compelling. An EV initiative by itself is an energy…

How Does Transit Help the Climate?

We’ve heard it a lot. Riding transit is good for the climate. And the climate needs our help now more than ever. Is this true? Can we really make a difference by changing our transportation system? Also yes. Here’s how. Originally published by Union of Concerned Scientists, The Equation. By Kevin X. Shen Transit lowers…

Formula E Unveils Its Innovative Gen3 Race Car

What’s new, exciting, and fun with the next generation of Formula E racers? Clean Transport Electric Cars Electric Vehicles Carbon Emissions Climate Change Formula E Renewable EnergyBrought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles

Permian CCS Hub: A Lasting Solutions For Emissions

By Tariq Siddiqui Global gas flares burn approximately 140 billion cubic meters of natural gas every year that emits more than 400 million tons of CO2 equivalent emissions every year. The Permian Challenge An aerial survey of nearly 900 different oil and gas sites (by EDF) in the Permian Basin reveals that massive methane emissions…

California considers refocusing EV incentives toward low-income “gasoline superusers”

By [email protected] (Stephen Edelstein) California is considering targeting its EV incentives toward low-income drivers who use an outsized amount of fossil fuels. The California Assembly Transportation Committee last week passed a bill, AB 2816—reported by Green Car Congress—that directs the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the state emissions regulator, to base… Read Full Article Here…

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