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Climate
2020, September, 23, 15:05:00
NUCLEAR POWER: THE NEW POSSIBILITIES
Innovation is accelerating the development and commercialisation of small modular reactors opening up additional applications for nuclear energy.
Climate
2020, September, 23, 15:00:00
NUCLEAR POWER: CRITICAL FOR CLIMATE
There are three basic reasons why nuclear power is "critical" to the world meeting its energy and climate goals, said International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol.
Climate
2020, September, 23, 14:45:00
NORWAY'S CARBON INVESTMENT $1.8 BLN
the Norwegian government would fund a carbon capture project at a cement factory in southern Norway operated by Germany's Heidelberg Cement.
Climate
2020, September, 22, 13:00:00
NUCLEAR ENERGY FOR CLIMATE
The latest IAEA annual projections show that nuclear power will continue to play a key role in the world’s low-carbon energy mix, with global nuclear electrical capacity seen nearly doubling by 2050 in our high case scenario. Climate change mitigation remains a key potential driver for maintaining and expanding the use of nuclear power.
Climate
2020, September, 21, 12:05:00
THE CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF HYDROGEN
The addressable market for blue hydrogen could be worth GBP 1.5 billion to GBP 2 billion per annum in 2030.
Climate
2020, September, 18, 12:20:00
NUCLEAR POWER FLEXIBILITY
In tandem with renewable energy, the flexibility of nuclear will enable the transition to a cleaner world and a stronger global economy.
Climate
2020, September, 18, 12:10:00
NUCLEAR POWER WILL UP BY 82%
IAEA analysts expect an increase of global nuclear electrical generating capacity by 82% to 715 gigawatts.
Climate
2020, September, 17, 16:30:00
AUSTRALIA'S DECARBONIZATION INVESTMENT $1.9 BLN
The Federal Government’s announcement today to invest $1.9 billion to reduce carbon emissions paves the way for large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS)
Climate
2020, September, 17, 16:25:00
NUCLEAR POWER IS IMPORTANT
Nuclear energy provides nearly one-third of the world's non-emitting electricity and complementing and enabling other clean energy sources, including renewables.
Climate
2020, September, 17, 16:20:00
HYDROGEN ENERGY: ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Adding any new expense to the economically failed Wind and Solar solution is not a solution to the root issue - intermittency and demand matching.
Climate
2020, September, 16, 11:45:00
DECARBONIZATION FOR CLIMATE
achieving the goal of net emissions neutrality by 2050, and the long-term temperature objectives of Paris, will likely require both aggressive efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as large-scale deployment of so-called carbon dioxide removal (CDR)
Climate
2020, September, 16, 11:40:00
ENERGY TRANSITION FOR CLIMATE
as the energy transition continues in its switch from fossil fuels to renewables, the entire energy system gets increasingly disrupted.
Climate
2020, September, 16, 11:35:00
INNOVATION FOR ENERGY TRANSITION
This energy system needs to move from today’s reliance of fossil fuels and antiquated infrastructure into one based on clean, sustainable, and renewable energy sources, delivered through a highly distributed infrastructure, designed for the final consumer of the energy.
Climate
2020, September, 15, 16:05:00
FRANCE'S CLIMATE PLAN €40 BLN
Bpifrance and Banque des Territoires intends to develop 8.8 GW of renewable power capacity in France and abroad, thanks to a €14.5bn credit facility for renewable energy developers
Climate
2020, September, 15, 12:45:00
SHELL CUTS THE COSTS
Shell’s new cost-cutting review, known internally as Project Reshape and expected to be completed this year, will affect its three main divisions and any savings will come on top of a $4 billion target set in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.