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Occidental Petroleum's net-zero claims met with skepticism

Occidental Petroleum's net-zero claims met with skepticism

Occidental Petroleum's strategy to achieve net-zero emissions through carbon capture and other technologies faces significant criticism for potentially increasing overall greenhouse gas emissions.

Joseph Winters reports for Grist.

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Phillip Inman: To get to net zero, we may have to sell off the UK’s future

Phillip Inman: To get to net zero, we may have to sell off the UK’s future

Transforming the economy will come at an outsize cost. Worse, it’s an escalating cost that is way beyond the public finances of Britain and possibly even the EU.

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Biden’s paradox: Can a green grid coexist with industrial surge?

Utilities are planning record investments in renewable energy and battery storage. But an increasing number are also proposing thousands of megawatts of new natural-gas-fired generation that works against their plans to achieve net-zero goals.

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World's first (nearly) zero-emission gas plant delayed until 2027

Supply chain challenges will delay the world’s first utility-scale gas plant with carbon capture, Net Power executives announced Tuesday.

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Floating factories of artificial leaves could make green fuel for jets and ships

Cambridge University scientists develop a device to ‘defossilise’ the economy using sunlight, water and carbon dioxide.

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