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A tutto gas, ma con nuove infrastrutture

Posted by on 11:33 in Dalla fondazione, Energy, Primo Piano | 0 comments

A tutto gas, ma con nuove infrastrutture

Di Marzio Galeotti e Alessandro Lanza

 

L’incidente al gasdotto in Austria ha risvegliato la discussione sull’approvvigionamento e sul prezzo del gas, considerato la fonte di transizione verso la completa decarbonizzazione. Tanto più in Italia, dove gli è stato assegnato un ruolo chiave.

 

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Da Obama a Trump: la finta battaglia del carbone

Posted by on 12:27 in Dalla fondazione, Energy, Global News, Primo Piano | 0 comments

Da Obama a Trump: la finta battaglia del carbone

 

Di Marzio Galeotti e Alessandro Lanza

Con un ordine esecutivo Trump ha cancellato il piano anti-emissioni di Obama. Lo ha fatto per compiacere i suoi elettori negli stati carboniferi. Ma la crisi del carbone è iniziata prima delle misure dell’amministrazione democratica e non finisce ora. (altro…)

Ricette anti-Co2: acqua, vento e sole non bastano

Posted by on 11:46 in Dalla fondazione, Energy, Primo Piano | 0 comments

Ricette anti-Co2: acqua, vento e sole non bastano

Di Alessandro Lanza

 

Uno studio spiega come si potrebbe arrivare nel 2050 a un sistema energetico mondiale basato solo su acqua, vento e sole. È uno scenario estremo, forse tecnicamente irrealizzabile. Soprattutto, non considera gli enormi costi di una simile soluzione. (altro…)

FEATURE: Sustainable Development Goals through the lens of students

Posted by on 14:54 in Climate Change, Energy, Global News | 0 comments

FEATURE: Sustainable Development Goals through the lens of students

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17 July 2017 – Prize-winning photographs taken by students from around the world – currently exhibited at United Nations Headquarters in New York – encapsulate their own ideas and feelings about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (altro…)

Finkel review: renewable energy to face new security and reliability regulations

Posted by on 16:10 in Energy, Global News, Green Economy, Primo Piano | 0 comments

Finkel review: renewable energy to face new security and reliability regulations

New security and reliability obligations will be imposed on power generators, and ageing plants will have to provide regulators with three years’ notice before they close, according to sweeping reforms proposed by Australia’s chief scientist. (altro…)

New Technology Burns Natural Gas with No CO2 Emissions

Posted by on 15:15 in Energy, Global News, Primo Piano | 0 comments

New Technology Burns Natural Gas with No CO2 Emissions

How can we burn natural gas without releasing CO2 into the air? This feat is achieved using a special combustion method that TU Wien has been researching for years: chemical looping combustion (CLC). In this process, CO2 can be isolated during combustion without having to use any additional energy, which means it can then go on to be stored. This prevents it from being released into the atmosphere. (altro…)

Hard Brexit would cost us £500m a year, says oil and gas industry

Posted by on 11:25 in Energy, Global News, Primo Piano | 0 comments

Hard Brexit would cost us £500m a year, says oil and gas industry

Brexit would land the oil and gas industry with a half-billion-pound bill if EU exit talks end with the UK leaving on World Trade Organisation rules, Theresa May has been warned. The costs for trading £73bn worth of oil and gas annually would jump from £600m a year now to £1.1bn in a worst case WTO scenario, analysis for the industry trade body found. (altro…)

Second Report on the State of the Energy Union

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Second Report on the State of the Energy Union

On 25 February 2015, the Commission adopted “A Framework Strategy for a Resilient Energy Union with a Forward-Looking Climate Change Policy”. The publication of this strategy created a new momentum to bring about the transition to a low-carbon, secure and competitive economy and to deliver on one of the 10 priorities of the Juncker Commission. (altro…)

Green Charge: The Energy Storage Startup Transforming A $100 Billion Market

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Green Charge: The Energy Storage Startup Transforming A $100 Billion Market

The energy storage industry has grown to become a $100 billion market, projected to reach $250 billion by 2040. This massive valuation is due, in part, to more than 50% of consumer energy bills being attributed to peak hour charges. Noticing the need to make energy usage more affordable and efficient, paired with a passion to improve the planet, one entrepreneur launched a company aimed at transforming the way we use energy. (altro…)

Clean Energy for All Europeans – unlocking Europe’s growth potential

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Clean Energy for All Europeans – unlocking Europe’s growth potential

The European Commission today presents a package of measures to keep the European Union competitive as the clean energy transition is changing the global energy markets. The Commission wants the EU to lead the clean energy transition, not only adapt to it. For this reason the EU has committed to cut CO2 emissions by at least 40% by 2030 while modernising the EU’s economy and delivering on jobs and growth for all European citizens. Today’s proposals have three main goals: putting energy efficiency first, achieving global leadership in renewable energies and providing a fair deal for consumers.

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