Post Profile

1,300 GW Worth Of Coal Still To Be Operating By 2040, According To Pöyry

Despite growing climate change concerns and achievements such as the Paris Agreement, it is predicted that 1,300 GW worth of coal will still be operating by 2040, requiring the need for co-firing with biomass and a renewed focus on Carbon Capture and Storage. These are the key findings from a new Point of View report [&hellip 1,300 GW Worth Of Coal Still To Be Operating By 2040, According To Pöyry was originally published on CleanTechnica.
read more


Related Posts

We'll Always Have Paris: Climate Change Success Runs Through Forests

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog

The landmark climate agreement signed last weekend in Paris is notable for many reasons, including recognition that renewable energy alone won't solve the climate crisis. Carbon emissions will continue despite best efforts, as the a...

Sasha Lyutse: Substituting Trees for Coal in Power Plants Would Take Us Backwards in the Fight Against Climate Change

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog

Until recently, burning biomass -- essentially plant material -- for energy was considered renewable. In 2013, however, we can do better than burning trees for energy. We need to replace our coal fired power plants with energy effic...

US, China Ratify Paris Agreement Early

Lifestyle / Green Living : CleanTechnica

The news broke this morning that the United States and China have renewed their global leadership on climate change by jointly announcing their ratifications of the Paris Agreement on climate change ahead of schedule. The prediction...

Publics Worldwide Are Speaking Out Against Fracking

News : Truthdig

By Paul Brown / Climate News Network Governments worldwide are finding public opposition to fracking for gas is growing because of concerns the practice will worsen climate change.

94% Of India’s Planned Coal Capacity Will Be Lying Idle

Lifestyle / Green Living : CleanTechnica

Despite having just ratified the Paris climate agreement, India is nevertheless pushing on with plans to build over 300 GW of new coal capacity by 2030 in a misguided attempt to meet the electricity needs of approximately 300 millio...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC