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IPVF joins “Solar Manufacturing Accelerator” to promote solar manufacturing in Europe

SolarPower Europe’s “Solar Manufacturing Accelerator”, a platform aimed at accelerating the deployment of solar PV manufacturing projects in Europe, is gaining momentum as the French Research Institute IPVF joins the initiative. IPVF has strongly advocated to re-initiate a European industrial strategy for solar: on 7th May 2020, IPVF spearheaded a coalition

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WBCSD and the International Transport Forum to collaborate on emerging mobility trends and Mobility as a Service

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has signed a letter of voluntary contribution with the International Transport Forum (ITF), to facilitate the co-production of a case-specific policy analysis study that will map emerging trends across transport modes and help navigate the new mobility landscape. ITF is the leading global body for

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How UKGBC is advancing net zero

WorldGBC’s global project Advancing Net Zero is pleased to present the latest snapshot detailing Green Building Council (GBC) action towards net zero carbon buildings: UKGBC’s Net Zero Carbon Buildings: A Framework Definition. This is the latest in a series of snapshots detailing key information about GBCs' action pathways towards decarbonising the buildings and construction

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Mission Innovation Frames Post-2020 Agenda to Accelerate Clean Energy Access

Mission Innovation, an intergovernmental platform to accelerate clean energy innovation, has published a report that summarizes the current status and future trends in clean energy innovation, and explores pathways for achieving the interrelated goals of enhancing energy access, combating climate change and addressing energy security. Also marking the five-year milestone

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Big step-up in ambition needed to put buildings and construction on track to meet Paris Agreement goals, warns Global ABC report

Key messages from the report include: Big step-up in ambition needed to put buildings and construction on track to meet Paris Agreement GoalsBuildings and construction generate nearly 40% of CO2 emissions, yet action continues to lag far behind opportunity.With a window opening for enhanced Paris agreement plans, the sector will be key to

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