The Latest PDP8 Vietnam Draft – Focus on Renewable Energy and a Drastic CO2 Emissions Reduction18 May 2022
The latest draft of the Vietnam PDP8 sends the positive signal that the country is no longer looking in the direction of fossil fuels. Instead, it is further diversifying its low-carbon power sources, planning for notable clean energy growth and a massive CO2 emission reduction.
Asia’s Race to Net-Zero by 2030
Achieving net-zero is the world's top priority. So far, Asia lags behind in its effort to go carbon-neutral. Renewable energy is the key.
New Carbon Capture Technology: A Ray of Hope
Carbon capture technology has come a long way over the past several decades, but it is still in the early stages of adoption. As a result, there are only three main types of carbon capture being used, with several new technologies currently in development. As carbon capture becomes more efficient, it will have a growing role to play in the world's low-carbon future.
Top 10 Carbon Capture Companies in 2022 Are Entering the Market
The carbon capture market is growing. This demand is being met by a variety of companies, ranging from startups to established fossil fuel giants. This trend will likely continue as the technology becomes more efficient and adoption continues to increase.
New Report Reveals Global Coal Power Capacity is Shrinking
The global coal power capacity is in a decline. While some Asian countries still plan for the construction of new coal capacity, most are starting to realise that fossil fuels are a dead end.
Hydrogen Oil: Green vs Blue, What’s the Difference?
Hydrogen energy is significantly more efficient than fossil fuels. Even more importantly it can be produced in a sustainable way and is considered a "renewable energy" source. Unfortunately, this is not true for all types of hydrogen energy and largely depends on how it is produced.
Are Large Japanese Companies Living Up to their Climate Commitments in 2022?
The climate and sustainability-related pledges of Japanese companies are a reflection of the government's commitment. While on paper everything sounds ambitious, the reality is there is much work left to be done on both micro and industry levels.