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Synonyms for decarbonize

remove carbon from (an engine)

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These mechanisms should provide greater system security and reliability, as well as a more orderly transition to a decarbonised energy system.
Mr Bradbury said: "Our aim was to create a new industry that would have delivered hundreds of North East jobs and provided ample, cheap and decarbonised gas, providing a major competitive edge to UK industry.
A new report published by the European Climate Foundation (ECF) argues that the future cost of electricity in a decarbonised power system is comparable to the future cost of electricity in the current carbon-intensive infrastructure.
A decarbonised electricity system plus a paradigm shift to energy-efficient demand side technologies willabe needed," said ten Berge.
I am committed to developing a decarbonised transport system, where people are able to choose healthier and more sustainable modes of travel," he said.
In its 2020 renewable heat and transport targets report the Committee says that although HGVs must be decarbonised, electrification - even in the long term is unlikely, stating that the Government must ensure HGV operators are sufficiently supplied and incentivised to move to biomethane over the medium-to-long term.
We believe the power, transport and heating sectors can be decarbonised by 2030, but our process industries are reliant on fossil fuels and the loss of these would cause economic harm to the UK.
This has the added benefit of aligning with the suggestion that the grid should be decarbonised.
AGL is committed to playing a leading role in developing a pathway to a modern, decarbonised electricity sector.
To achieve the targets of the Paris Agreement, the global energy sector needs to be decarbonised from 2050 onwards according to the findings of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCCC).
There are also a number of recommendations on how the UK can make the transition to autonomous vehicles, flood resistant infrastructure, a decarbonised energy market and develop the highly skilled workforce required to build and maintain our infrastructure.