A team of engineers at The University of Newcastle have patented a world-first material specifically designed to store thermal energy in the form of a block.
The White House is zeroing in on a package of clean energy strategies for U.S. President Joe Biden’s big domestic policy bill that officials believe could reach similar greenhouse gas emission reduction goals as an initial proposal that was quashed by opposition.
“I expect, at least until Christmas, there will be some price pressure.”
Polish miners protested in Luxembourg against an EU court order to close the Turow coal mine near the Czech border.
Australia, Saudi Arabia and Japan were among countries that have tried to make changes to an upcoming UN climate report outlining ways to curb global warming, environmental organization Greenpeace reported, citing a major leak of documents. Major coal, oil, beef and animal feed-producing nations pressed for changes to suit their economic interests.
Fast-growing willow trees known as ‘energy willows’ are being planted in Bosnia and Serbia to be used as biomass fuel alongside coal in power production. But experts say the project is not sustainable and prolongs the use of coal as an energy source. #EnergyWillows #News #Reuters #Coal #Bosnia #Serbia Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribeReuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled.Get the latest news on: http://reuters.com/Follow Reuters on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReutersFollow Reuters on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReutersFollow Reuters on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reuters/?hl=en
Britains plan for net-zero carbon output by 2050 includes new nuclear investments, with China, France and India also expanding production.
#ChineseNews #Energy #ChinaFocus “China Focus” is a YouTube channel created to provide current events and pop culture headlines from China.Here you can get to know a more real China through my video. ｜Today, let’s focus on the issue of “China to stop building new coal power projects overseas!”.The mounting calls for China to stop supporting coal power projects overseas have received an answer. Chinese President Xi Jinping announced through a pre-recorded video address to the United Nations General Assembly on 21 September that China “will not build new coal-fired power plants abroad” while at the same time increasing its support for developing countries to pursue green and low-carbon development.Chinese-supported development of coal-fired power overseas has already slowed down in the past five years, thanks to the decreasing competitiveness of coal power compared to renewables and declining appetite from host countries. A report by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) shows that close to half of planned and permitted coal power projects with Chinese involvement have been either cancelled or suspended. In 2021 so far, China has not made any new coal investment overseas, except for three supply and engineering contracts that may or may not materialise.Both Japan and South Korea have announced policies for ending public financing support for coal power projects abroad in recent months. With President Xi’s announcement, all major public financiers of the industry have indicated their intention to exit the overseas market in one way or another.Kevin Gallagher, director of the Center for Global Development Policy at Boston University, says China is the first developing country to take such a stance. He is now urging the private sector to follow suit.Thanks for your watching and subscribing.
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Record coal and gas prices, rolling black-outs have prompted a switch to oil. IEA forecasts global oil demand to rise by 5.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) in 2021 and 3.3 mb/d in 2022.
As India’s power plants face a shortage of coal supply, that might lead to a power crisis, leading energy expert Dr Narendra Taneja talks about what led to the current situation and the possible ways out of it.