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  • [New] With increasing global demand for natural gas, the market for smart gas meters is expected to grow significantly from the perspective of their benefits for reducing environmental impact through the stable supply and improved efficiency of energy. / Panasonic Newsroom Global
  • [New] Canada is not on track to meet its climate change targets by 2030 and provinces need to take more responsibility in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. / CBC
  • [New] Electric vehicles will play a key role in reducing Canada's greenhouse gas emissions. / Government of Canada
  • [New] Chiyoda will provide engineering studies centered on Spera Hydrogen technology to promote import and use of hydrogen, aiming to support CO2 emission reductions and realise a future sustainable environment in Europe. / Natural Gas World
  • [New] In the United States, between 1,200 and 2,000 gigawatts of renewable energy can be deployed to produce 70% -80% of U.S. electricity by 2050 while meeting planning reserve requirements. / NREL
  • [New] Natural gas prices in Europe and the UK have soared to some of the highest levels on record, threatening to raise costs for households and businesses as global supplies of the critical fossil fuel remain tight. / Financial Times
  • [New] A smart meter data access initiative provides the UK with the opportunity to better understand the energy system and deliver impactful interventions to increase efficiency, reduce cost and improve decarbonisation. / Smart DCC
  • [New] Lloyd's will design insurance for electric vehicles which will cover a breakdown in internet connections, and look at ways to insure hydrogen transportation. / Insurance Journal
  • [New] Lloyd's of London plans to develop insurance products for electric vehicles and hydrogen as part of its efforts to fight climate change. / Insurance Journal
  • [New] The highest energy consumption of the BTC mining industry throughout the year 2020 will reach about 77.78 terawatt-hours, which is equivalent to the energy consumption in Chile. / CoinTelegraph
  • [New] The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and International Energy Agency estimate a global capacity for engineered removals of 2,000 to 16,000 megatonnes of carbon dioxide each year by 2050 will be needed in order to meet global reduction targets. / NIC
  • [New] In the Bakken, producer customers are finally seeing a significant positive netback on natural gas and natural gas liquids production for the first time since early 2019, a trend expected to continue into 2022. / Natural Gas Intelligence
  • [New] BP, as well as Shell, TotalEnergies and Equinor, plans to sharply reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades while reducing reliance on fossil fuels. / Hart Energy
  • [New] Fossil fuels are projected to remain dominant, accounting for 71% in 2050 while natural gas will become the leading source of energy in the world's primary energy mix, growing from 23% today to 28%. / Hart Energy
  • [New] Steelmaking giant ArcelorMittal has today announced plans to cut its carbon intensity by a quarter by 2030 from 2018 levels, backed by $10bn investment over the next decade to help support its transition away from fossil fuels towards greener manufacturing technologies and clean energy sources. / Business Green
  • [New] Canadian pipeline operator TC Energy Corp could spend billions of dollars on its plans to lower emissions by switching to renewable energy to run its huge network of U.S. and Canadian oil and gas pipelines. / Pipeline & Gas Journal,
  • [New] Plans to build a string of new gas power plants could derail the UK's climate targets. / inews.co.uk
  • [New] Global demand for hydrogen will rise significantly in the coming years and, thanks to its international presence, is in a position to respond globally and flexibly to changed demands in regard to transporting the clean gas. / Hydrogen View
  • [New] On top of the emissions from operations, the coal and gas they produce will create about another 1.3 billion tonnes of CO2 when burned - about three times Australia's annual emissions. / ABC (Australia)
  • [New] Slovenia plans to use a part of the allocated EU support to invest in sustainable transport, unlock the potential of renewable energy sources and further digitalise its public sector. / Council of the European Union

Last updated: 01 August 2021


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