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China has over-concentrated solar PV supplies

China has over-concentrated solar PV supplies The global solar PV supplies are presently massively concentrated in China, the International Energy Agency has stated. In the very first study of this kind, the agency stresses that global manufacturing capacity for solar panels has quite drastically moved out of the EU, Japan, China and the US in…
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Slow surge in global gas demand due to high prices

Slow surge in global gas demand due to high prices Very high costs and supply issues are estimated to lag the expansion in requirements and demands for natural gas. That’s according to the newest Gas Market Report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which estimates that global natural gas expenditure will contract slightly this year…
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Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable.

Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable. Building viable and pure energy systems will be harder, unsafe and more expensive without nuclear. This is one of the adventurous discoveries of the International Energy Agency‘s Nuclear Power and Secure Energy Transitions analysis which implies nuclear power could play a significant role in helping countries…
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UK’s imported Russian gas climbed 37% in 2021

UK’s imported Russian gas climbed 37% in 2021: Last year, the quantity of Russian gas imported to the UK increased by 37%. This is in line with official data which reveals that in 2021, Russia was the 4th favourite route that gas used within Britain originated from. The most recent research discussion on UK imports…
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Australia has just over 2 months of oil reserves left

Australia has just over 2 months of oil reserves left: The country could be facing a fuel shortage shortly, while governments globally are finding it difficult to secure energy supplies during the gas crisis made worse by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Australia Institute’s findings show that the country has just 68 days of reserves…
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Cleaner fuels from CO2 promises the University of Surrey

Cleaner fuels from CO2 promises the University of Surrey: Embargoed until 00:01, 4 April 2022 Using the planet’s air to create new chemicals for fuel, and other essential chemical products is the bold ambition of a new research project from the University of Surrey.  The project aims to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the…
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Aker Carbon Capture & SINTEF to develop CCUS Tech

Aker Carbon Capture & SINTEF to develop CCUS Tech

Aker Carbon Capture & SINTEF to develop CCUS Tech: Oslo, 30 March 2022: Aker Carbon Capture and SINTEF have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement, with the goal of further developing carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) technology to reduce CO2 emissions from industry and energy solutions. This is a vital part of the green…
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Children today will have to emit less carbon for net zero

Children today will have to emit less carbon for net zero: Kids born today will need to ouput 10 times less carbon across their lifetimes compared to their grandparents, if the planet is to attain its goals of net zero by 2050. That’s as reported by new research from the International Energy Agency (IEA), which…
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How Tech Industry is Helping Renewable Energy in 2022

How Tech Industry is Helping Renewable Energy in 2022

How Tech Industry is Helping Renewable Energy in 2022: We’re all aware of the impact of climate change and the importance of using clean, renewable energy. A study by the International Energy Agency (IEA) projects a growth of 95 percent in global energy capacity until 2026. Credit: https://unsplash.com/photos/iGDg_f_mlWo The technology industry invests millions in innovative…
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Electricity emissions ‘rose by more than a fifth in 2021’

Electricity emissions ‘rose by more than a fifth in 2021’: Last year, carbon dioxide emissions from the UK’s electrical industry increased by more than 20%. The International Energy Agency (IEA) blames this shift to rising power consumption, which is up 5%, and “exceptionally low” wind speeds, which resulted in a 14% decline in overall renewable…
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