decarbonise


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Synonyms for decarbonise

remove carbon from (an engine)

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On the final day of the G7 summit held June 7-8 in a Bavarian castle, in Germany, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that G7 nations leaders have committed themselves to the need to decarbonise the global economy in the course of this century and agreed on a global target for limiting the rise in average global temperatures to a maximum of 2 degree Celsius over pre-industrial levels.
So far we have ignored how to decarbonise these hard-to-treat sectors, which is untenable.
Shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint demanded "a clear commitment to decarbonise the energy sector by 2030".
Speaking to an energy conference in London's Lancaster House, Mr Clegg will say that ministers are "unreservedly committed" to helping the low-carbon sector thrive, insisting that "no-one in Government" wants to depart from the programme to decarbonise Britain's economy as part of the fight against climate change.
EEF Midlands Region Director Richard Halstead, said: "Britain faces a major challenge to decarbonise our economy and strengthen economic growth.
However, the use of a presently available biofuel is just one part of a more comprehensive long-term biofuel strategy to ensure that we are able to use biofuels to decarbonise substantially an entire industry sector in the long term," he stated.
The aviation industry is a pioneer in its commitment to decarbonise and has been working on several initiatives in recent years," he said.
If, as a planet, we are going to meet the targets of reducing carbon emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, it means we are going to have to decarbonise electricity by the 2030s.
decarbonise the economy and create a million green jobs in the process.
The Green Investment Bank Commission says that up to 'one trillion pounds is required by 2030 to replace, upgrade and decarbonise Brit-t ain's infrastructure'.
Analyse in detail the specific UK case for the introduction of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles as one of a number of solutions to decarbonise road transport and quantify the potential emissions benefits;
Our priorities are to decarbonise our energy sector, keep bills down and the lights on and we need an energy mix that is built around diverse and home grown supplies.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Climate Change, Mushahidullah Khan, has hailed leading G7 industrial nations for announcing to phase out the use of fossil fuels by decarbonise the global economy in the course of this century.
Nevertheless, it still features prominently as one of Labour's main energy policy thrusts - now as a price cap - alongside a promise to totally decarbonise the electricity sector by 2020, establish an energy security board and insulate five million homes.
CONCERNS have been raised that the divestment movement and premature efforts to decarbonise the energy system could "wreck the economy" At a recent meeting of the NECC Energy Forum regional members expressed con cerns over the growing 'populous clamour' of the divestment movement.