Electrification of the Canadian economy has been at times touted as one of the most important policy instruments needed to transition Canada to a low carbon economy. And while electrifying some parts of the economy, passenger vehicles for example, appears economically viable, doing so for others doesn’t.
Dalmia Cement, Swiss Re and Helvetia made new and bold energy commitments on November 11 for their global operations that will help to cut costs, lower emissions, and drive zero-emissions economies. The announcement came on Energy Day at COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco.
A new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) indicates that many countries in Latin America have a major opportunity to accelerate the uptake of renewable energy as a result of being endowed with some of the world’s best resources.
S2G BioChem has inked a licence and collaboration agreement with Mondelez International to build a commercialize scale plant that will produce sustainably sourced xylitol. This marks the coming out for S2G BioChem and its specialty chemical partner.
Royal DSM is teaming up with Sungevity, the University of Oxford, Accenture and others to provide technical and mentoring support to scale up 100% renewable energy solutions. They will work under the #BrightMindsChallenge banner and focus on solar and energy storage.