All publications by tag «ENERGY»
2021, July, 8, 12:40:00EUROPE CLIMATE RULES
According to draft proposals seen by market sources, the CBAM will replace the current system of free carbon allowances for metals sectors, and tighten allowances in the European Emissions Trading System generally, a bone of contention for some.
2021, July, 2, 12:15:00CANADA CARBON NEUTRALITY 2050
In April 2021, the country pledged to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2030 by 36% compared to 2005 levels, according to Canada’s budget for the fiscal year ending in March 2022.
2021, June, 30, 12:55:00JAPAN'S CLEAN ENERGY
While wording was removed from the original strategy calling for maximising nuclear utilisation, new reference was added in the latest strategy on the promotion of nuclear-related R&D and personnel training with an eye to the future.
2021, June, 30, 12:50:00U.S., CANADA ENERGY COOPERATION
“The United States and Canada have a shared commitment to protect our planet and ensure that all pockets of North America have access to affordable, clean energy,” said Granholm.
2021, June, 29, 13:05:00BRITAIN, NORWAY ENERGY COOPERATION
The UK’s Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Kwasi Kwarteng, and Norway’s Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tina Bru, issued a joint statement during Kwarteng's visit to Oslo for their first in-person meeting.
2021, June, 28, 13:30:00CHINA'S CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITION
The Plan targets non-fossil fuel energy reaching only 20% of China’s energy supply by 2030; this means that coal must remain China’s dominant electric power generation fuel source for the foreseeable future.
2021, June, 24, 11:40:00CANADA'S CLEAN FUEL FUND $1.2 BLN
The government issued the National Hydrogen Strategy in late 2020.
2021, June, 22, 12:25:00GLOBAL ENERGY BALANCE CHANGING
This energy imbalance is “the most fundamental metric defining the status of global climate change,” scientists said in a 2016 Nature Climate Change article.
2021, June, 16, 11:20:00CLEAN ENERGY NEEDS INVESTMENT GROWTH
By the end of the 2020s, annual capital spending on clean energy in these economies needs to expand by more than seven times, to above USD 1 trillion, in order to put the world on track to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
2021, June, 16, 11:10:00TRANS EUROPEAN ENERGY NETWORKS €5.8 BLN
The EU plans to introduce mandatory sustainability criteria for all projects and to end support for new natural gas and oil projects.