decarbonize


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Synonyms for decarbonize

remove carbon from (an engine)

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Legarda said the agreement, on the other hand, acknowledges that it would take time for developing nations, like the Philippines, to decarbonize and that they would be able to do so with external support.
Neste and Genve Aroport are pioneering together to make flying more sustainable by starting to decarbonize aviation towards fossil neutral growth.
A massive scale-up in renewable energy deployment is vital to fully decarbonize the global energy system by 2050, which is required to meet the ambitions of the Paris Agreement and keep global temperature rise to 2 degrees celsius.
The announcement of this ambitious, bold, and achievable new plan to decarbonize our economy sets a clear path forward for the United States to follow -- one that stands to quickly and drastically slash dangerous carbon pollution by calling for a phase out of nearly all fossil fuels by 2050, an increase of economy-wide efficiency by 20 percent, and reforesting 50 million acres of U.
As climate change becomes an increasingly present danger, and the need to decarbonize our electricity system more immediate, the distributed energy marketplace will demand greater amounts of flexible energy storage.
The Green Logistics Programme (GLP or the Programme) prepared by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) represents a strategic approach to decarbonize the logistics sector in a region that is still characterized by highly inefficient energy use.
South Carolina has indicated it would continue work to decarbonize the state's power sector, an effort which started in 2014.