Innovation in both internal combustion and alternative technologies is the best way to achieve important environmental benefits today and a carbon-neutral future, a Cummins leader told a U.S. Senate committee Tuesday.
Vice Chairman Tony Satterthwaite testified that advanced internal combustion engines can achieve immediate reductions in air pollutants and carbon emissions while the infrastructure and manufacturing scale develops for low-carbon technologies like battery and fuel cell electric powertrains.
New eBook highlights role of hydrogen in reducing carbon emissions within energy-intensive industries
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., March 16, 2021 /3BL Media/ – With expectations rising for more than $10 trillion (USD) of investments in hydrogen infrastructure by 2025, clean-burning, energy-dense hydrogen will be a critical element in decarbonizing the world’s energy systems, supply chains and heavy industries, finds Hydrogen 2021: The Path to Net Zero Becomes Clearer, a new eBook from
See Chevron’s perspective and actions to advance a lower-carbon future. These actions will make energy and global supply chains more sustainable – helping industries and customers that use our products build the lower-carbon world we all desire.
By Jim Spenceley, senior vice president with Black & Veatch’s mining business, and Victoria Gosteva, strategy & business development director with Black & Veatch’s mining business
The momentum of many industries advancing towards net-carbon neutrality is unstoppable. The focus on clean energy technologies today is led by the global drive for decarbonization, underpinned by the UN Paris Climate Agreement, where 189 countries committed to limit global warming to 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels through economic and social adaptation.
Utility customers want to know their personal carbon impact.
Helping consumers make the right choices
The Biden administration’s pledge to create a carbon-free electricity generation sector by 2035 will require buy-in not just from utilities, but from the public en masse as well. Understanding the role of consumers, and the diverse factors that motivate them, will be critical to achieving decarbonization goals.
Demonstration for multi-use, renewable hydrogen-based energy system
WALTHAM, MA/ALBANY, NY, March 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - National Grid is taking additional steps into a clean energy future today by announcing a partnership with Standard Hydrogen Corporation to demonstrate the nation's first multi-use, renewable hydrogen-based energy storage/delivery system in New York's Capital Region, with completion expected by late 2022. The system will produce and store hydrogen exclusively from purchased renewable power and will make use of the inherent flexibility of hydrogen.
Airline aims to signal demand for sustainable fuels in aviation
FORT WORTH, Texas, March 10, 2021 /3BL Media/ ― American Airlines has reached an agreement in principle with Kuehne+Nagel to allocate a portion of the carbon reduction benefit the airline generates through its use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to the logistics company, one of American’s leading cargo customers.
Innovative low-carbon energy technologies are being adopted around the world to support decarbonisation efforts. This is the second of a two-part article introducing six game-changing low-carbon energy technologies shaping the global energy transition.
Our first article explored technologies we are likely to see the impact of by 2030: Offshore renewable energy, energy storage, and high voltage direct current.
Today, Duke Energy is taking an important step in our efforts to provide insight into our political advocacy on climate change by releasing a report on the major trade associations with which we participate and how their views on climate align with ours.