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decarbonisation

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  • The key to decarbonisation is the development of a European 'supergrid', an enhanced transmission network connecting power sources to demand across (and beyond) the continent.

    Michael Jacobs: Europe's Carbon Choice

  • While we plan for the longer term decarbonisation of the electricity mix globally, South African's as well as other developing countries still have to grapple with immediate decisions on technology choices to meet energy demand right now.

    Bjorn Stigson: South Africa Needs Energy for Jobs and Economic Growth

  • This must get us from the immediate (2 year) economic challenge, to the short-term (5 year/political cycle) recovery strategy based on green jobs, mid-term (decade) infrastructural foundations, and a longer-term decarbonisation strategy that sees national and international emissions peak within a decade and en route for zero carbon by

    Greenpeace UK - Comments

  • This would mean the "decarbonisation" of electricity by switching to nuclear or renewables, replacing petrol cars with electric vehicles and insulating all homes.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • 'decarbonisation' of the energy sector a top political priority.

    EurActiv.com

  • This strongly points to the need for almost total and rapid decarbonisation of global energy supplies to control atmospheric carbon dioxide.

    Letters: The name's 509

  • This means strengthening the energy bill to slash energy waste in our homes and communities, putting electricity decarbonisation by 2030 at the heart of electricity market reform and ensuring that the fight against climate change is central to UK transport policy.

    Letters: Two cheers for the coalition's climate change budget

  • Thus the cabinet will trigger moves that will bring about the virtual decarbonisation of our society.

    A golden opportunity for Britain to lead the world in energy production | Robin McKie

  • "To have a realistic chance of doing that, the world would have to get carbon emissions to peak within 15 years and then follow this up with a massive decarbonisation of society," said Dr Chris Huntingford, of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Oxfordshire.

    A billion people will lose their homes due to climate change, says report

  • He said: To achieve the government target of a complete decarbonisation of our electricity supply system by 2030 we need to be talking about a 100-fold increase in wind farms in Britain and perhaps as much as a five-fold increase in nuclear power.

    JUST SO MUCH WIND..

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  • "Mr Brown said a deal was also essential to help kick-start a global low-carbon economy as a route out of recession.

    'What has now become clear is that the push toward decarbonisation will be one of the major drivers of global and national economic growth over the next decade,' he said."

    - Roger Harrabin, Climate deal in peril, says Brown , bbc.co.uk, 21 September 2009.

    September 21, 2009