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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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A strong culture in innovation holds the key to minimising the cost of meeting climate change targets, reducing the cost of energy, capitalising on the economic opportunity presented by green growth and for overcoming technical challenges to decarbonise industry.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric vehicles are seen as part of the portfolio of solutions that will be required to decarbonise road transport.
Labour and the Liberal Democrats take a less zealous approach, with the Lib Dems wanting to double the amount of renewable energy in the system by 2030 and Labour wanting to completely decarbonise power generation by 2030.
When the rest of society is already being asked to decarbonise by at least 80% this is neither fair nor efficient.
With the dash for gas effectively boosting an already overblown carbon bubble, it's up to the gas industry itself to decarbonise the supply to safeguard its place as a primary global energy source.
The meeting will also look at how to decarbonise our economies, to avert global climate change, while securing sustainable future growth.
The groups are calling on the Government to decarbonise electricity by 2030 and keep aviation and shipping in the Climate Act.
In two separate letters, a range of major companies have urged the Government to set a target to decarbonise the power sector by 2030 to provide the long-term certainty needed to drive investment in energy infrastructure.
The time has now come to help decarbonise the transport sector.
Energy-wise, the region's onshore renewable sources need to be improved to decarbonise the sector and ensure a secure supply for the future.
Objective: Teknisolar is developing a series of efficient, cost-effective and totally innovative technology solutions to manufacture high quality and low cost solar panels that will contribute to decarbonise and make more efficient the European energy system in a sustainable way.
On the final day of the G7 summit held June 7-8 in a Bavarian castle, in Germany, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that G7 nations' leaders have committed themselves to the need to decarbonise the global economy in the course of this century and agreed on a global target for limiting the rise in average global temperatures to a maximum of 2 degree Celsius over pre-industrial levels.