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Carbon Tracker 4h
Only a dozen ships in the world can install a turbine. A shortage is looming—and shipowners don’t know how big the next generation of vessels has to be...
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Carbon Tracker May 16
Electricity generated from panels in 11 Chinese provinces now costs less to produce than power from -fired plants, according to research from Citigroup
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IRENA 51m
Find out how “Power-to-X” solutions can store excess and help decarbonise industry & transport sectors. ’s Innovation & Technology Director Dolf Gielen in on driven by via
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Carbon Tracker May 17
Replying to @CarbonBubble
Our oil displacement tool suggests the oil industry is underestimating electric vehicle growth and the disruption 's will cause global demand.
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Ian H Lundin May 16
This is good news! The less coal we use, the better it is!
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Lydia babaci-Victor May 17
And for our 3rd challenge on Mobility and distributed energu resources in the cities of tomorrow
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Carbon Tracker May 18
Scotland's biggest offshore windfarm now fully operational
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Carbon Tracker May 16
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European Scientist 7h
This Sunday, a re-run of some of our best interviews 2. Philippe Charlez, energy expert: Why nationalism is an obstacle to Read in 🇬🇧🇫🇷🇩🇪
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Flightnook 21h
Airplanes are at peak design efficiency. The solution is to change fuels used. Join us May 21st to demand cleaner fuels!
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Kevin O'Donovan 2h
I guess really is becoming common ... came across a few in Season 9 last night ... 😉 in action ...
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Matt Beck 23h
This is a really great pilot that our work in contributed too! This is how we .
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AREPGroup May 16
NEWS | : Taking action for the planet stand at the headquarters Climate emergency, , the materials crisis require more than ever interdisciplinarity and are at the top of our agenda.
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IEEFA_AsiaPacific May 14
This is a sneak preview of where we’ll be in 3 - 4 years time, says . If coal plant closures stay where they are, we’re at peak by 2021. via
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Catherine Cousinard May 16
« Less is more » We have to be very efficient in our processes to finance ...and our development!.
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LeadingEdgeMaterials 19h
Informative graphic from on powered flight with energy density of various materials - note logarithmic scale. Best go easy on the whipped cream!
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Ian H Lundin 2h
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Carbon Tracker May 15
Shares of sustainable-energy companies are soaring. , and ? Not so much via
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John Bates May 10
A world bank study found $21bn is going towards fossil fuels. Clean energy finance grew rapidly from 2014-18, but it has yet to catch up. The equivalent figure is $7bn or $15bn, depending on the inc' of large-scale hydropower. Are we doing enough?
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John Parkins 13h
“The global divestment movement now counts more than US$6-trillion” - and needs more than ever.
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