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What are the driving forces behind decarbonisation?

“COP26 aside, financiers are being driven to invest in decarbonisation by the brute reality of the climate crisis, by public pressure, and by shifting market forces.

Spooked by the risks of inaction, 45% of banks disclosing to CDP — the global environmental impact disclosure non-profit group — have aligned their portfolios with net zero. This empowers green technology companies. 

Despite the pandemic, 260GW of new renewable generation was deployed globally in 2020 – smashing former records by almost 50 per cent. The electric vehicle (EV) sector raised US$28 billion, 10 times more than in previous years.

And we are seeing increasing support for the key technology linking renewable generation with zero-carbon transport: battery storage. 

The forces behind the energy transition are expanding the market for new storage technologies. The global storage market is poised to increase by 23% by 2030. As the market grows, regulation will respond, making it easier for battery operators to meet the needs of energy systems. 

We are already seeing this in the UK. The Government is consulting on opening up the transmission network to competition, so that new technologies can resolve constraints at lower costs to consumers. The Pathfinders programme of the national electricity system operator National Grid ESO, is enabling operators to stack revenues, so that they can provide multiple flexibility services at once.

These changes make it more likely that we will hit the 18GW of storage capacity we need to run a zero-carbon system.”

By James Basden

Carbon Management

BASF and Siemens Energy to cooperate in the field of Carbon Management

  • Strategic partnership for industrial use of low-COtechnologies
  • Study of concrete projects for BASF’s Ludwigshafen site
  • Focus on hydrogen production, heat pumps and power grid upgrade 

“As part of a strategic partnership, BASF and Siemens Energy plan to accelerate commercial implementation of new technologies designed to lower greenhouse gas emissions. By combining BASF’s technological expertise with Siemens Energy’s innovative product and services portfolio, BASF aims to extend its leading role in lowering CO2 emissions in chemical production. Several pilot projects at its Ludwigshafen site are under discussion. BASF’s headquarters is one of the largest chemical production sites in the world.”

Source : SIEMENS web

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sustainable energy

Energy Storage Solution

At the national level, at least 30 nations around the world already have renewable energy contributing more than 20 percent of energy supply. National renewable energy markets are projected to continue to grow strongly in the coming decade and beyond. At least two countries, Iceland and Norway, generate all their electricity using renewable energy already, and many other countries have the set a goal to reach 100% renewable energy in the future. At least 47 nations around the world already have over 50 percent of electricity from renewable resources. Renewable energy resources exist over wide geographical areas, in contrast to fossil fuels, which are concentrated in a limited number of countries. Rapid deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies is resulting in significant energy security, climate change mitigation, and economic benefits. In international public opinion surveys there is strong support for promoting renewable sources such as solar power and wind power. Source : Wikipedia

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AC vs. DC Coupling Energy Storage Systems

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What are the driving forces behind decarbonisation?

What are the driving forces behind decarbonisation?

“COP26 aside, financiers are being driven to invest in decarbonisation

CO2 Emission

CO2 Emission

CO2 Emission

The newly-released Third National Climate Assessment has some eye-opening news about climate change. It confirms that if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced it is likely

  • Increased severity of dangerous smog and particulate pollution in many regions
  • Intensified precipitation events, hurricanes, and storm surges
  • Reduced precipitation and runoff in the arid West
  • Reduced crop yields and livestock productivity
  • Increases in fires and the prevalence of diseases transmitted by food, water, and insects
  • Increased risk of illness and death due to extreme heat

More flooding

 Other changes are even more dramatic. Residents of some coastal cities see their streets flood more regularly during storms and high tides. Inland cities near large rivers also experience more flooding.

Temporary reduction in daily global CO2 emissions

At their peak, emissions in individual countries decreased by –26% on average. The impact on 2020 annual emissions depends on the duration of the confinement, with a low estimate of –4% (–2 to –7%) if per-pandemic conditions return, and a high estimate of –7% (–3 to –13%) if some restrictions remain worldwide

How can we play our role for the global cause?

As a responsible citizen, we should think green by adopting green technology. ECO-ESS provide a wide range of environmentally friendly products to support this global cause. Go Green is the only solution to reduce greenhouse gas Emission.