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06/February/2020

Norway – where materials matter

Oslo, the capital of Norway, has big climate action ambitions. Among initiatives to achieve them it is instigating regulations to cut carbon emissions associated with buildings under construction and during their operational life spans
3 min.
03/February/2020

Vancouver trailblazes on embodied carbon

The Canadian city of Vancouver is leading efforts in North America to slash emissions released in the production of building construction materials, setting itself a 40% by 2030 reduction target
12 min.
30/January/2020

Embodied carbon the new frontier

The world’s building stock is forecast to double in size by 2050 to house a global population of 11 billion. If climate neutrality is also to be met by this date, the construction industry will have to significantly slash emissions from the materials it uses
11 min.
20/January/2020

Carbon removal enters mainstream climate debate

Much as in the energy transition debate, the big question is who pays for carbon removal
6 min.
12/January/2020

Open source software to speed up energy transition

Open source software can facilitate sector coupling through vehicle-to-grid or building-to-grid technology
7 min.
06/January/2020

Swedish public housing project goes off-grid

Energy expert Brian Vad Mathiesen from Aalborg University in Denmark describes Vårgårda’s system as a “limousine solution”
12 min.
19/December/2019

California shows the way on building electrification

The argument for natural gas as a bridge to a cleaner renewable future has grown weaker as the case for electrification as the most efficient way to decarbonise has grown
6 min.
16/December/2019

Carlsberg aims to be greenest brewery in the world

Data is all important in the company’s energy transition
13 min.
12/December/2019

Big scope to reduce Chinese cement production emissions

The overproducing cement sector is a low-hanging fruit that could help China curb its vast carbon emissions
13 min.
04/September/2019

Cities get creative on climate financing

Energy Cities, a European association of local authorities, estimates a city will need between €1 billion and €3 billion to reach net zero emissions by 2050
9 min.
Technological innovation is key to the wind industry reducing reliance on rare earth materials from China22/August/2019

Wind industry prepares for “bottlenecks and price hikes” in rare earth metals

Technological innovation is key to the wind industry reducing reliance on rare earth materials from China
6 min.
Research by Siemens shows the way forward to make district heating in Denmark run on clean energy sources26/April/2019

The path to emissions-free district heating in Denmark

Research by Siemens shows the way forward to make district heating in Denmark run on clean energy sources
14 min.
07/February/2019

The Dutch Energiewende: Goodbye to natural gas

The Netherlands faces an unprecedented transformation as it aims in the next 30 years to switch off its gas supplies in favour of cleaner fuels
14 min.
Parked electric vehicles plugged into the electricity network with charged batteries could sell stored power back through the network. Nissan is the first to qualify a car battery system to sell its stored power into an existing market for primary regulation services to maintain grid frequency28/January/2019

Real life vehicle-to-grid seeks market opportunities

Parked electric vehicles plugged into the electricity network with charged batteries could sell stored power back through the network. Nissan is the first to qualify a car battery system to sell its stored power into an existing market for primary regulation services to maintain grid frequency
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