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Getting into district heating business would be win-win for NWT power: MLA

A member of the legislative assembly in the Northwest Territories suggests the territory’s power corporation gets into the district heating business.

Rich countries need to help weaker countries transition toward cleaner energy: report

The results from a recent report by Carbon Tracker suggests that a “wake-up call” has been made to fossil fuel-dependent countries to encourage them to diversify their economies.

Shell charting path to become carbon neutral by 2050

The company plans to cut its production of gasoline and diesel fuel by 55 per cent over the next 10 years.

European aviation industry maps out plans to eliminate carbon emissions by 2050

Its commitment, however, will depend on the support of policy makers to amp up sustainable fuels and breakthrough technologies.

Drax abandons plans for new gas plant in U.K. to focus on green generation

The utility sees biomass as its future. Its Yorkshire facility has already converted four of six units for biomass burning and is expected to end power production by the end of March at its two remaining coal burners.
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