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  • [New] Though the specific technologies installed differ between buildings, given the diversity of the UK building stock, we maintain that most buildings will require a combination of energy efficiency improvements, a low-carbon source of heat and smart and flexible use of energy. UK Government
  • [New] Banks will play a central role in the transition to a greener global economy through their financing of energy companies and emerging clean technologies. The Globe and Mail
  • [New] Rather than build new power plants at high cost, Texas could avert future blackouts at a lower price by instead improving the energy efficiency of its homes and using technologies to shift electricity use away from times of peak demand. ACEEE
  • [New] The US Department of Energy is awarding $20 million in funding to a project to demonstrate technology that will produce clean hydrogen energy from nuclear power. Green Car Congress
  • [New] Milestones The combination of measures needed to achieve net zero emissions for aviation by 2050 will evolve over the course of the commitment based on the most cost-efficient technology available at any particular point in time. Arlines AITA
  • The UK has a tremendous opportunity to lead the world in emerging industries and with innovations in Quantum, Clean Energy, Sustainability, Health Tech, Cyber Tech and more. IBM UK Newsroom
  • There was a prize worth more than one trillion US dollars a year by 2050 for manufacturers of wind turbines, solar panels, batteries and other clean technology - comparable in size to the current global oil market, it said. Evening Standard
  • Clean energy technologies such as wind turbines, solar panels and electric vehicles are advancing so rapidly that the global use of fossil fuels is now expected to peak by the mid-2020s and then start declining. The New York Times
  • US cement manufacturers have invested billions of dollars in technologies in increasing energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions, but energy efficiency alone will not be enough to meet long-term reduction goals. Electrek
  • With diverse participation from all sectors, and research and development investment in innovative technology, Taiwan will seek the most suitable climate-governance path for its sustainable development. iPolitics
  • Although gas generation continues to play a critical role in keeping the UK electricity system secure and stable, the development of clean energy technologies means it will be used less frequently in the future. Facilitate Magazine
  • The energy sector is committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 314 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent to 398 million tons CO2e in 2030 through the development of renewable energy, energy conversion, and the implementation of clean energy technology. TEMPO.CO
  • A bottom-up estimate based on the NZ2050 scenario indicates that it would result in 1.8-2.2 million new jobs in 2030 in renewable energy, electric vehicle technologies, energy efficiency, land use interventions and improved waste management.
  • Much of the aviation industry is basing its hopes on achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 on the arrival of new propulsion technologies, such as electric and hydrogen, along with the proliferation of sustainable fuels. Simple Flying
  • Alberta businesses now have even more opportunity to invest in energy - and cost-saving technologies that will improve their operational efficiency and reduce their emissions. Emissions Reduction Alberta
  • In pursuit of a sustainable future for the world, Hyundai will continue its efforts to introduce zero emission vehicles equipped with industry-leading hydrogen fuel cell and EV technologies. Nikola Motor Company
  • The UK genuinely is leading the world in developing and deploying the clean technologies that will shape the century. Business Green
  • Janus graphene is a promising energy solution and could revolutionize the energy market, including electronics and technology, providing a cheaper and more sustainable alternative to lithium-ion batteries.
  • To achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, we must invest now in technologies like green hydrogen, direct air capture, sustainable aviation fuel, and more. Transport Times
  • The United States will collaborate in attracting capital and enhancing the enabling environment to deploy 450 GW of renewable energy capacity and demonstrate and scale innovative clean energy technologies and promote bilateral clean energy investment and trade. The Indian Express

Last updated: 24 October 2021