Climate.Brussels e-News 29.11.22
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Climate.Brussels e-News 29.11.22

It is time for a thorough debate on CO2 utilisation
There has never been a more exciting time for carbon capture, yet EU policies need to provide a predicable regulatory framework and allow for a strong business case, writes Koen Coppenholle. The past months have been marked by significant headways for Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) i…
Rolls-Royce tests H2 jet engine
In a windswept corner of a military site on Salisbury Plain a small aircraft jet engine is undergoing tests that could one day lead to huge changes within the aviation industry. The engine itself is almost completely conventional. It is a Rolls-Royce AE-2100A gas turbine, a design used widely on
What happened at world’s largest wildlife trade conference? A run down for Europe’s hunters
The 19th meeting of the CITES Conference of Parties to CITES (COP19), also known as the World Wildlife Conference, concluded on 25 November in Panama. CITES regulates international trade to make sure that trade in endangered species is legal, sustainable and not detrimental to the survival of the sp…
Increasing cost pressures and design flaws undermine Spanish auction
Spain has published the results of its 2022 onshore wind auction. Plenty of wind energy projects bid in. But only 46 MW got awarded, results of combination of current cost pressures and a flawed “secret” price cap. The 2022 Spanish renewables auction was very disappointing. A total of 3.3

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