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EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Carbon Capture And Storage Industry Market Research 2017

MarketResearchNest.com adds “EMEA (Europe, Middle East And Africa) Carbon Capture And Storage Market Report 2017” new report to its research database. The report spread across 110 pages with table and figures in it. 1,726 more words

Machinery And Equipments

United States Carbon Capture And Storage Market by Region, Manufacturers, Product and End Users to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “United States Carbon Capture And Storage Market Report 2017” new report to its research database. The report spread across 113 pages with table and figures in it. 682 more words

Machinery And Equipments

Mighty CCS projects from little Acorns grow

The ground-breaking Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage Project is set to move forwards after being awarded funding from the EU funding round ‘Accelerating CCS Technologies… 449 more words

Perspectives

CCS through CarbonCure

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is the fairly recently developed process of pulling carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air for recycling or storage. Since the Paris climate talks, the planet has been set on moving towards specific emissions targets and CCS has been seen as a major way of transitioning to a low-emissions future. 268 more words

Innovation

March 17, 2011 - Hewson says 'Direct Action' has (high) implicit carbon price

So this is how bizarre 2011 was.  Both Labor and the Coalition agreed they would act to reduce Australian emissions 5% by 2020.  The Labor lot, allegedly socialist, were going to use market mechanisms. 148 more words

Alberta reinvesting carbon levy revenues in clean energy programs

Alberta announced  a new Residential and Commercial Solar rebate program  on February 27, funded with $36 million from revenues from the province’s carbon levy. The government estimates that the program will stimulate up to 900 jobs in the solar sector, while reducing GHG emissions and cutting installation costs for residences by 30 per cent and  for businesses and non-profits by 25 per cent.   305 more words

Energy Policy