decarbonise decarbonise


  • (v) remove carbon from (an engine)


  • 2013 Draws to a Close: Clean Energy Scorecard

    Global private capital renewable energy investments are still above $250 billion for 2013. While the final numbers are not in yet, 3rd quarter global renewable energy investments, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s latest data on deals and projects, notes slightly lower global investment than in 2012 due faltering “political will to decarbonise energy mix.” They further note that the ...
    on December 23, 2013     Source: Renewable Energy World


  1. He said: "Scotland has the toughest climate change legislation anywhere in the world and meeting these tough targets will require decisive action. Our climate change delivery plan makes clear we need to decarbonise almost all road transport by 2050,...
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Stewart Stevenson Source:

  2. Brown said it was an imperative to have a "major drive to decarbonise our energy sources."
    on Nov 22, 2007 By: Gordon Brown Source: EnerPub

  3. "To put it simply - it is to decarbonise our economy. We have spent the last 200 years relying on fossil fuel, coal, oil and timber. Our economic, political and social challenge is how do we produce energy, how do we help our society develop less...
    on Apr 20, 2007 By: Achim Steiner Source: Channel News Asia

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