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National Ambition Vital For Australia’s Renewable Energy Industry, Turnbull Government Failing
CleanTechnica • Joshua S. Hill
Jet Fuel from Sugarcane? It's Not a Flight of Fancy
Scientific American • Deepak Kumar
Decatur plant at forefront of push to pipe carbon emissions underground, but costs raise questions
Chicago Tribune • Tony Briscoe
Labor states push for further investigation of Turnbull energy guarantee
The Guardian • Katharine Murphy, Michael Slezak
Giving Thanks, but Not for Turkey-Powered Energy
The New York Times • Hiroko Tabuchi
India Within A Decade Of Peak Thermal Coal Demand, Predicts IEEFA
CleanTechnica • Joshua S. Hill
UK launching £400M vehicle charging infrastructure fund; putting extra £100M to support for buying EVs
Green Car Congress • Mmillikin
World Bank To Provide $100 Million To Help India Develop Large-Scale Solar Parks
CleanTechnica • Joshua S. Hill
Australian solar, storage trade bodies combine to create new ‘national voice’ of industries
PV-Tech
The Conversation: How science is working to turn sugarcane into a fuel source for jet travel
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Cleantech, Energy Efficiency
National Ambition Vital For Australia’s Renewable Energy Industry, Turnbull Government Failing
CleanTechnicaJoshua S. Hill
New research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance has confirmed the obvious need for national political ambition for a growing and robust renewable energy industry, but the current Turnbull Government is threatening Australia’s booming clean energy deployment. Last month Australia’s Federal Government, headed...
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Agriculture, Biofuels
Jet Fuel from Sugarcane? It's Not a Flight of Fancy
Scientific AmericanDeepak Kumar
The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. The aviation industry produces 2 percent of global human-induced carbon dioxide emissions. This share may seem relatively small—for perspective, electricity generation and home heating account...
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Biofuels, Carbon Sequestration
Decatur plant at forefront of push to pipe carbon emissions underground, but costs raise questions
Chicago TribuneTony Briscoe
As scientists and politicians around the world debate the best way to combat rising greenhouse gases, an Illinois ethanol plant, with help from state and federal researchers, is advancing a strategy that buries carbon emissions underground. After a successful pilot program, the...
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Climate Change, Climate Policy
Labor states push for further investigation of Turnbull energy guarantee
The GuardianKatharine Murphy, Michael Slezak
Labor states appear likely to back further investigation of the Turnbull government’s national energy guarantee when energy ministers meet on Friday. But they could seek a direct comparison between the current policy and alternatives, like an emissions intensity trading scheme for the...
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Biofuels, Biomass
Giving Thanks, but Not for Turkey-Powered Energy
The New York TimesHiroko Tabuchi
Want the latest climate news in your inbox? You can sign up here to receive Climate Fwd:, our new email newsletter. This is a story of loggers, an energy company and turkey droppings — and a dispute that’s putting a dent in...
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Cleantech, Coal Industry
India Within A Decade Of Peak Thermal Coal Demand, Predicts IEEFA
CleanTechnicaJoshua S. Hill
New research published this week by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis predicts that India will reach peak thermal coal demand within the next decade. In a report published on Tuesday, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)...
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Auto Industry, Carbon Tax
UK launching £400M vehicle charging infrastructure fund; putting extra £100M to support for buying EVs
Green Car CongressMmillikin
The UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, presented his Autumn Budget to Parliament. Among the elements in the budget are the launch of a new £400-million (US$530-million) Charging Investment Infrastructure Fund and the provision of an extra £100 million (US$133 million)...
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Cleantech, Energy Efficiency
World Bank To Provide $100 Million To Help India Develop Large-Scale Solar Parks
CleanTechnicaJoshua S. Hill
The World Bank will provide the Government of India with $100 million to help the country develop large-scale solar parks in an effort to help India increase its power generation capacity through renewable energy sources. Announced on Monday, the Government of India...
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Electronic Components, Energy Efficiency
Australian solar, storage trade bodies combine to create new ‘national voice’ of industries
PV-Tech
Trade associations the Australian Solar Council and counterpart the Energy Storage Council have merged together to form the national Smart Energy Council.
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Agriculture, Biofuels
The Conversation: How science is working to turn sugarcane into a fuel source for jet travel
MarketWatch
Getty Images The aviation industry produces 2% of global human-induced carbon dioxide emissions. This share may seem relatively small — for perspective, electricity generation and home heating account for more than 40% — but aviation is one of the world’s fastest-growing greenhouse...
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