In over 400 locations worldwide, the company will no longer leave a carbon footprint, making Bosch the first major industrial enterprise to achieve this ambitious goal in a little over a year.
A growing number of entrepreneurs are pursuing direct carbon capture technology which extracts carbon from the air and water and transforms it into usable substances like gasoline, construction materials and industrial chemicals.
The plan requires all new city-owned buildings and major renovations to be “all-electric,” effective immediately. The plan also hopes to phase out styrofoam and to plant 90,000 trees by 2021, and to end plastic straws and single-use containers by 2028.
The power station is using innovative technology to capture a tonne of CO2 a day. It is the first time ever carbon has been captured from the combustion of a 100% biomass feedstock.
One of the world’s largest telecommunications company, Verizon that it is commitment to go carbon neutral by 2035 through a range of tools including reducing emissions directly and procuring renewable energy for its operations.
Canada will provide a $5,000 rebate to electric and plug-in hybrid car buyers called iZEV and goes into effect on May 1.
The benchmark levelized cost of electricity, or LCOE, for lithium-ion batteries has fallen 35% to $187 per megawatt-hour since the first half of 2018.
The bill requires the state to get 50% of its energy from renewables by 2030 and 80% by 2040. By 2045, it must go entirely carbon-free.
Arla Foods have revealed ambitions to reduce greenhouse emission on dairy farms by 30% per kilo of milk over the next decade, with a goal of carbon net zero by 2050.
New research shows that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in a group of 18 developed economies — including France, Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, and Denmark — which together represents 28% of global emissions – are declining.
“Our objective is to keep building a modern, competitive and socially fair Paris-aligned economy for all Europeans. For this to happen, we will need deployment of clean innovative technologies on an industrial scale.”
The newly devised plan involves ensuring the electric grid is capable of operating with 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030, according to The Climate Group.
Ms. Warren’s plan, the Universal Child Care and Early Learning Act, would create a network of government-funded care centers with employees paid comparably to public-school teachers.
The company just published a blog post about the initiative, which it’s calling Shipment Zero. The proposal is scarce on tangible details, but the retail giant did commit to making half its shipments carbon neutral by 2030.
New research from the International Council for Clean Transportation (ICCT) has found that electric cars are now cheaper to run compared to petrol and diesel alternatives.
The Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering have estimated that Drax could capture 50 million tonnes of carbon per year by 2050 – about half the nation’s emissions target.
A final report of the UK’s carbon emissions from 1990-2017 has found that CO2 levels have fallen again.
2018 PEV sales in China ended at over a million units. For some context, 2017 was the first year that plug-ins reached 1 million sales globally.
Researchers in South Korea and Georgia say they’ve devised a system that captures atmospheric carbon in water — and uses the reaction to generate electricity and hydrogen.
Volkswagen’s strategy chief, Michael Jost, told attendees at the Handelsblatt automotive summit conference on Tuesday that the company will launch its last generation of gas-powered cars in 2026.
Royal Dutch Shell caved in to growing investor pressure over climate change, setting out plans to introduce industry-leading carbon emissions targets linked to executive pay.
A new study says the latest technology is 67% less expensive that it was just a few years ago and can remove 97% of carbon dioxide emissions at one third the cost of similar technology in 2014.
A new report has highlighted the rising importance of developing nations in driving clean energy worldwide, and finds they are seizing the mantle of global clean energy leadership from wealthier nations.
A new Caribbean coalition, led by some of the world’s clean energy heavyweights and bankrolled, in part, by international lending institutions will channel $6 billion to transition the region to renewable energy.
The prime minister of Denmark announced that the country will be banning the sale of new gasoline and diesel-fueled cars in 2030 as a means of reducing their carbon footprint.