European Parliament says targeting HFCs and black carbon could be more cost-effective than cutting carbon
Ministers in the European Parliament have voted to accelerate the bloc's efforts to cut emissions from fluorinated gases, such as those used in fridges, as a more cost-effective way of reducing emissions...
Negotiators expect talks to run into the weekend, but hopes for finished rule book remain high
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Plans to link smart home energy appliances with its time-of-use tariff aimed at further boosting flexibility, cutting energy use and slashing emissions
Work on the 'opposed piston' design from Achates Power, which dramatically cuts nitrogen oxide pollution, has been backed by federal and state grants