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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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21 ( ANI ): Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines, Piyush Goyal, on Monday said India and the rest of the world need to focus on the "common shared goal" of decarbonising, decentralizing and digitizing the energy sector to ensure full benefits to society in terms of a better life and a safer and clean environment.
TVU and its partners believe that decarbonising industrial emissions is every bit as important as reducing emissions from power generation.
To attract the investment we need, governments must cover that risk and commit to a clear goal of decarbonising the power sector by 2030.
The company is also involved in R&D focused on optimising filtration, filter media and ion exchange systems aimed at water demineralising, softening and decarbonising.
And the Treasury is understood to have demanded cuts of 25% in subsidies for onshore windpower in a tussle between Mr Osborne and Liberal Democrat Energy Secretary Ed Davey, which ended last month with a 10% cut but question marks hanging over the 2030 target for decarbonising the economy.
These policies would start the process of decarbonising the economy, but on their own they are not enough.
While the plan stands alone as the only technical blueprint for completely decarbonising the domestic energy sector, it is a work in progress.
Stop Climate Chaos Cymru lobbyist Julian Rosser said: "We call on Gordon Brown to make Copenhagen count by committing rich countries to reduce their emissions by at least 40% in the next 10 years, finally putting the right sort of money on the table to help poor countries, and urgently starting the process of decarbonising energy supply.
The opening comes ahead of the publication on Wednesday of the Government's UK Low Carbon Transition Plan for decarbonising the UK and maximising the benefits of low-carbon industries.
Denmark remains a global leader in decarbonising its economy and is on track to meet its ambitious goal of becoming a low-carbon economy by the middle of the century, according to the International Energy Agencys latest reviews of the countrys energy policies.
Newcastle University is currently using Leaf EV batteries in its own Smart Grid Laboratory trials, where they have been connected to the grid, and support research into their wider suitability in decarbonising the transport and power systems.