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Russian firm to offer natural gas-powered EV charging in London


Two Russian firms—software developer 4xxi and charger manufacturer L-Charge—are collaborating to create an off-grid EV charging network in London that’s scheduled to be launched this year.

‘Math Doesn’t Yet Add Up’ for Utility Decarbonization Goals: Deloitte


So says a new report from Deloitte highlighting the known, yet often underappreciated, challenges faced by utilities across the country promising to zero out their carbon impact by midcentury. electric grid relies on fossil fuels for 63 percent of its generation, and according to the U.S.


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How Much Do Electric Vehicles Help in Reducing Pollution?

The Environmental Blog

Foregoing fossil fuels, these vehicles are charged directly through a power outlet, generating no harmful emissions, and offering savings in the long run, despite their higher initial price. Furthermore, there are alternatives to charging a vehicle through your city’s power grid.

Could trash-to-energy technology feed hydrogen demand?


One novel spin on emerging hydrogen fuel options is "clean hydrogen" made from trash. . Today, more than 95 percent of hydrogen is fossil-based and does not rely on renewables. Still, there is potential for clean — low- or zero-carbon — hydrogen to take off, energy experts believe.

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Analysis of 100% Clean Bill (SB 5116) Cost Cap

Low Carbon Prosperity

Observations and perspective on the effect of the cost cap provision on carbon and rate outcomes in reaching 100% GHG-free electricity by 2045. Compared to an uncapped base case, the cost cap is likely to throttle the avoided greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions into the 2030s. We previously reported projected rate impacts of the steps leading to 100% Clean Power – the summary table of which is shown below. million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide (4.1 100% Clean Power.

How Siemens Energy Is Targeting the US Green Hydrogen Opportunity


Green hydrogen is both an untested and a potentially vital way for renewable-energy-powered grids to store their intermittent power for later use, not just for hours at a time, but for days, weeks or even seasons ahead. The challenges for green hydrogen as a power grid resource.

Why Flexible Gas Generation Must Be Part of Deep Decarbonization


But given technology and market conditions, a substantial portion of renewable power, primarily wind, is pushed to other European countries at peak times as baseload coal must stay online. “Other scenarios allow for storage, hydro, nuclear and renewable fuels.”

Global Briefing: Asia's richest man plots $76bn green infrastructure blitz

Business Green

All the top green business news from around the world this week, including 2021 emissions bounce-backs, Germany's new clean power targets, and fresh pressure on European companies to boost their decarbonisation plans. Fossil fuel tycoon pledges $76bn for green infrastructure in India.

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Could trash-to-energy technology feed hydrogen demand?

Business Green

A group of exciting start-ups are exploring whether the world's trash mountains could become a valuable source of low carbon hydrogen fuels. One novel spin on emerging hydrogen fuel options is "clean hydrogen" made from trash.

Could trash-to-energy technology feed hydrogen demand?


Arlene Karidis Wed, 07/15/2020 – 01:00 One novel spin on emerging hydrogen fuel options is “clean hydrogen” made from trash. Early pioneers of these hydrogen-from-waste technologies such as Ways2H, SGH2 Energy (SGH2) and Standard Hydrogen say not only are they making carbon-free, energy-rich fuel, their approaches also will divert mountains of trash from landfills and waterways, cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

Online Event - VERGE Energy Conference

Green Market Oracle

It will specifically explore systemic solutions to the climate crisis focusing on clean energy, electrified, transportation, the circular economy, carbon removal and sustainable food systems. But more chemicals generally means more greenhouse gas emissions and other pollution.