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What will it take for nuclear power to meet the climate challenge? – EQ Mag

Nuclear power can be an important part of the energy transition. Scaling the industry to meet increasing electricity demand will require leaders to mobilize quickly and efficiently. The power sector will play a critical role in the net-zero transition. Power generation contributes about 30 percent of global CO2 emissions, primarily from combustion of fossil fuels. […]

COP28 faces debate over controversy-mired carbon credits

Future-proofing flexible Wärtsilä engine power plants for decarbonised energy systems – EQ Mag

As established, modern and flexible engine power plants are an ideal solution as balancing power, due to their flexibility in both fuels and operation profiles. This is needed as batteries alone cannot fulfill the balancing need for fluctuating renewable power sources. Flexible capacity must be ready to start quickly at any time and capable of […]

Nine Years Series: National Hydrogen Mission – EQ Mag

Global energy-related CO2 emissions edged up to record high in 2022 – IEA – EQ Mag

LONDON : Global energy-related emissions of carbon dioxide hit a record high last year, although more clean technology such as solar power and electric vehicles helped limit the impact of increased coal and oil use, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday. Deep cuts in emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, will be needed […]

Huasun HJT Exclusive Gala Successfully Sets Sail in Shanghai with Debut of Heterojunction Perovskite Tandem Products – EQ

Playing offense with green tech to achieve net-zero emissions – EQ Mag

Technology holds the key to unlocking decarbonization by identifying emission hot spots and pinpointing the areas of biggest impact. The pressure is mounting for companies to deliver on their ambitious carbon reduction goals, and technology has a critical role to play in helping them get there. Almost two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies have set ambitious […]

Huasun HJT Exclusive Gala Successfully Sets Sail in Shanghai with Debut of Heterojunction Perovskite Tandem Products – EQ

Hydrogen fuel pumps are on the way in Australia — so how long until the vehicles arrive? – EQ Mag

Hydrogen fuel trials are emerging across Australia, but a project in Tasmania is seeking to create an entirely renewable energy-generated supply chain — from green hydrogen production through to distribution. The state will soon have hydrogen fuel pumps at several service stations as governments and the private sector combine to try fast-track the uptake of […]

Nine Years Series: National Hydrogen Mission – EQ Mag

Goa needs to reduce CO2 emissions by 189mn tonne by 2050 – EQ Mag Pro

Panaji: Goa must reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 189 million tonne to make it a zero-emission state by 2050, the Goa State Energy Action Plan (GSEAP) has revealed. “In the next 30 years, Goa’s transport sector needs to eliminate almost 97 million tonne of carbon dioxide, followed by the power sector with 63 million tonne […]

Rajasthan CM approves allotment of 4,780 ha to set up 4 solar projects – EQ

CO2 emissions declined in the year 2020 in Indian Aviation Sector and to continue further – EQ Mag Pro

DGCA compiles CO2 emissions data based on the information received from the Indian scheduled carriers. Details of CO2 emissions from 2016 to 2020 may be seen at Annexure. The CO2 emissions have increased till 2019 and declined in the year 2020. Steps to address the issue of CO2 emission include the following: (i) Measures taken […]

Rajasthan CM approves allotment of 4,780 ha to set up 4 solar projects – EQ

Climate action on CO2 emissions alone won’t prevent extreme warming: study – EQ Mag Pro

To control climate change, the world must go beyond cutting carbon dioxide emissions and curb lesser-known pollutants such as nitrous oxide playing a key role in warming the planet, new research suggests. Decades of global climate discussions have focused on CO2 emissions, which are most abundant in the atmosphere. The common goal of reaching “net-zero” […]

COP28 faces debate over controversy-mired carbon credits