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Lack of government support impeding climate goals – IEA

The world’s energy system is lagging significantly in terms of fulfilling the climate goals established by the Paris Agreement, according to the International Energy Agency. 

Australian green bank could fund CCS

Australia could allow its green bank to fund carbon capture and storage projects under a proposal announced this week.

Gas and the energy transition

A cost-efficient energy transition draws on the flexibility of the gas system, argues Beate Raabe

The three Ds of modern power

Three mega-trends are shaping the European energy landscape - digitalization, decarbonization and decentralization. Rudy Koenig examines these 'three Ds' through the prism of Germany as a key industrial nation and suggests they will shape the power generation industry for years to come

BP chief makes strong comments on coal power and CCS

The chairman of BP, Bob Dudley, told a press briefing at his company’s annual general meeting on Wednesday that using gas power would ensure the world meets the decarbonisation targets set out in the Paris Agreement.

Britain’s CCS research centre awarded $7m funding

The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has been awarded £6.1m ($7.5m) by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
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ETI puts CCS case forward once again

The Energy Technologies Institute is calling on the British government to facilitate carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) as the best means of meeting climate change targets.

CCS sites at risk from ‘continental stress’, researchers find

The long-term viability of carbon capture and storage sites in Australia and elsewhere could be at risk from so-called continental stress, researchers have found. 

Australian museum upgrade to incorporate CHP

Museums Victoria has begun a program, in accordance with the Australian government’s Greener Government Buildings policy, that aims to increase the performance of six sites through equipment retrofits.

Deutschland megatrends: the three Ds of modern power

As mankind enters a period of change akin to the last industrial revolution, Rudy Koenig, Principal at QENIQ Advisory and POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe Advisory Board member, discusses three trends – digitalisation, decarbonisation and decentralisation.

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