“It is called A Plan because there cannot be a B Plan,” said Madrid’s Mayor Manuela Carmena yesterday during the presentation of the Air Quality and Climate Change Plan that includes 30 measures to reduce pollution and greenhouse gases. In addition to regulating access to the city and boosting electric mobility, it includes a road […]
Greenhouse gases emissions declined by 3.13% in Spain in 2016 compared to 2015, mainly because less coal was burnt, but also noticeable is that they increased by 14.95% compared to base year 1990, according to the report “Climate Change. CO2 emissions estimation 2016, Climatic balance and energy analysis for year 2016” presented last week by […]
Through a European project several cities in five countries, including Malaga, Lisbon or Trieste, will improve mobility associated with the traffic of tourists traveling on cruises.
It had not happened since the late 1970s. Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the transportation sector in the United States reached 1,893 million metric tons (MMMT) from October 2015 to September 2016, surpassing those emitted by the electricity sector that accounted to 1,803 MMMT during the same period.
Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL), a leader in carbon capture technologies, has just launched a new project at a 10-megawatt coal-fired power plant in India to capture 60,000 tons of CO2 that a chemical company-Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals & Fertilizers (TACFL ) – will turn into sodium bicarbonate.
The Algae for Healthy World, A4HW project, is composed of seven very heterogeneous partners, led by Endesa and with the University of Cadiz as technical coordinator, which allows to approach the project from a multidisciplinary point of view and to advance in the research and development of Microalgae for human consumption based on Endesa’s microalgae […]
Atmospheric water generation is the main topic of Asturias company Teexmicron that following its recent agreement signed with Barceló Hotels & Resorts, has developed the so-called “Water Building” self-sustainable hotel project which generates its own water and renewable energy.
Following the success of VELUX’s “Natural Light” project on solar lamps in collaboration with Little Sun and NGO Plan International over a year ago, the Danish company will now donate 20,000 new units to isolated communities in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone and Malawi.
As soon as the “winter package” that the European Commission presented last Wednesday was made public, the Renewables Foundation, Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth or EQUO reacted in separate releases and separately with obvious dissatisfaction and disappointment. The “winter package” is a draft of energy policy measures that sets the binding target of a minimum […]