Alternative fuels

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Report

Clean skies for tomorrow: sustainable aviation fuels as a pathway to net-zero aviation

The World Economic Forum’s Clean Skies for Tomorrow (CST) initiative, established in 2019, is a coalition across aviation’s value chain working to facilitate the transition to net-zero flying by mid-century. This report, developed in close consultation with the CST coalition, serves to provide a fact...
Working paper

Clean fuel switch: exploring the multiple benefits of biogas

Indoor air pollution from burning wood, charcoal and animal dung for household cooking and heating causes an estimated 2.2–4.2 million premature deaths annually. CISL and the project team worked closely with the Dunga Beach community in western Kenya to select 50 households to receive a...
Discussion paper

The role of innovation in getting to carbon zero: What place is there for next generation energy such as ‘green hydrogen’?

‘Green hydrogen’ is hydrogen which is generated from renewable electricity by electrolysis. ‘Brown hydrogen’ is that which is generated from fossil fuel. In this paper, the author discusses the role that 'green hydrogen' can play in helping New Zealand decrease carbon emissions.
Report

Biogas opportunities for Australia

ENEA Consulting was commissioned by Bioenergy Australia to prepare this public report, which examines the benefits of biogas and the hurdles currently faced by the industry in Australia. The report also includes recommendations to advance Australia’s biogas sector.
Guide

Horizon to horizon: a Pacific Island country guide to creating long term climate resilience, net zero emissions development and a sustainable future

In addition to their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), the Paris Agreement invited countries to submit long term low GHG emissions development strategies (LT-LEDS) by 2020. These strategies will provide countries with the opportunity to address three pressing and interrelated policy areas; ambitious GHG mitigation, adaptation...
Report

Report 151: treaty tabled on 28 October 2014 - agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of India on cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy

Foreword According to the Mineral Council of Australia, our country possesses 30 percent of known global reserves of uranium ore. Australia can become the world leader in supplying fuel for low-carbon emission base load electrical power in rapidly expanding economies looking to secure their energy...
Report

The (green) car of the future

This paper provides an overview of the types of alternative technologies under investigation to provide for the vehicles of the future.