decarbonize

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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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Some public utility districts and cooperatives are now prioritizing decarbonization.
0 is a concept showing an evolved situation where "utilities," which are responsible for public businesses such as electricity, comprehensively take responsibility for social infrastructures through reform drivers, such as decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization.
The Empower CEO said that the private sector needs to step up its game in developing projects that are geared towards meeting the UAE's decarbonization efforts by implementing district cooling solutions in its project right from the planning phase, and added that the UAE has one of the biggest potentials to contribute to climate change mitigation by investing in environmentally-sustainable solutions.
The Union has to take energy policy seriously, and with decarbonization now an international normative goal, sustainable development has to be factored into its design and implementation.
In a report, however, the group said that "we cannot underscore strongly enough the critical nature of federal engagement to achieve the deep decarbonization goals the U.
While the Sustainable Development Goals call for mitigating climate change through decarbonization (SDG 7, SDG 13), US fossil-fuel companies are strenuously resisting.
First, Eni's commitment in promoting a well-defined path to decarbonization lies mainly in reducing its activities' emissions, developing renewable energies, and guaranteeing access to energy.
These include public and private investments focused on the rapid decarbonization of the Asian economy as well as the implementation of adaptation measures to protect the region's most vulnerable populations.
We will almost certainly need carbon capture and storage as part of the solution to deep decarbonization.
Decarbonization Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions from the energy system.
Staying in keeps the Trump administration at the international table as potentially significant decisions are made on technology and decarbonization.