Environment

Urgent Action Needed if Ireland to Meet Climate Targets

Urgent and additional measures are needed if Ireland is to meet the climate targets it has set for itself, the country’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said in a newly released report. According to the EPA’s greenhouse gas emissions projections 2021-2040, published on Wednesday (1 June), “urgent implementation of all …

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Wireless Power will be a Game-Changer for Green Energy

Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory believe that power beaming could be the next big thing in energy, capable of wirelessly powering devices and delivering electricity from miles away. Basic physics and recent advances in transmission and reception technologies could one day provide power without needing electricity grids—potentially reducing …

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Spain Becoming One of Europe’s New Hydrogen Hubs

Spain is becoming one of Europe’s new hydrogen hubs, said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen during a press conference in Barcelona on Friday, adding that the country has always been a “front runner” in the NextGenerationEU plan. “This is a defining moment for Europe and for our future,” …

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China Coal Output Rises Sharply

Coal output in China increased by 15% year-on-year in March, with daily production reaching record levels, thanks to Beijing’s calls for a steady market supply, reports Reuters. China churned out 395.79 million tonnes of coal last month, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Monday, equivalent to …

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