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US targets Chinese, Emirati and Iranian firms in new crackdown on Iran’s sanctions-busting petrochemical exports
Against a backdrop of renewed focus on energy security and the transition to low-carbon energies, new research from the UK-based Renewables Consulting Group (RCG) found that global offshore wind development capacity grew 89% in 2021.
DNV predicts that the amount of hydrogen in the energy mix globally will be only 0.5% in 2030 and 5% in 2050. But to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement, hydrogen uptake would need to triple to meet 15% of energy demand by mid-century, says DNV.
Taiwan’s CPC announced on June 12 that it had received the country’s first cargo of certified carbon-offset crude.
Japan’s Sapporo District Court has ordered the reactors at the Tomari NPP to remain offline.
The Indonesian government has proposed classifying coal bed methane, coal liquefaction and coal gasification as sources of "new energy" in a new law intended to promote renewable energy.
The Japanese government is to ask companies and households across the country to save electricity ahead of anticipated shortages in the coming summer and winter, Mainichi Japan reported.
Responding to move, IAEA nuclear inspectorate chief says there’s now only a three to four-week window to find a way to reinstate the agreement aimed at ensuring Tehran doesn’t pursue building an atomic bomb.