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  • The UN’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted, for the first time, a plan to lower greenhouse gas emissions from the world’s ships, agreeing to peak emissions as soon as possible and to reduce them by at least 50% on 2008 levels by 2050. This ‘initial strategy’ also says that countr...

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  • The reform of the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive offers a good opportunity to phase out the use of unsustainable biofuels, particularly biodiesel, says T&E’s Laura Buffet.

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  • The Australian government has rejected plans for a clean energy target and instead plans to end subsidies for renewable energy after 2020 and push its energy suppliers to foster both ‘reliable power’ and lower carbon emissions in a new energy plan for the country.The country’s Prime Minister Malcolm...

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  • The Catalonian government within Spain has approved legislation that will see the region reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% on 2005 levels by 2030, and by 100% by 2050. The approval of the ‘Law on Climate Change’ in the autonomous community’s Parliament will see the implementation of a tax o...

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  • India could raise its renewable energy use to meet a quarter of its total final energy demand by 2030, says the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), but investment in renewables needs to more than double to meet this goal. A report from IRENA, Renewable energy prospects for ...

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  • China is to set a deadline for the end of sales of conventional internal combustion engine vehicles to accelerate the move towards greater electric vehicle (EV) use in the country.In another month that saw a spate of headlines on EVs, China’s Vice Minister of Industry and Information Technology, Xin...

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  • There’s a big difference between successfully testing a prototype tidal energy device and connecting a commercial-scale array of the same technology to the electricity grid. But Britain’s marine energy sector has started to bridge that gap, as Andrew Williams writes.

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  • The falling costs of battery technology means that electric vehicles (EVs) will be cheaper to buy, and have lower lifetime costs, than conventional internal combustion engine vehicles by between 2025 and 2029. So says research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), which also projects that, by 20...

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  • Oil demand from road freight transport is projected to grow by 5mn barrels per day by 2050 in the absence of any policy action – according to a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). Such a rise, from 17mn barrels per day today to 22mn barrels, would account for around 40% of the predict...

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