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Iceland to build world's largest plant to capture CO2 from the air
Iceland to build world's largest plant to capture CO2 from the air

It will absorb 36,000 tons of CO2 from the air annually

UK independent committee finds big gaps in decarbonisation
UK independent committee finds big gaps in decarbonisation

UK needs to step up its focus on carbon capture

Britain wants to capture tons of carbon and sell it as carbonate
Britain wants to capture tons of carbon and sell it as carbonate

Ecokarb exports will generate tens of millions of pounds per year

Denmark has set the highest CO2 tax in Europe
Denmark has set the highest CO2 tax in Europe

High carbon tax is considered a decisive factor in achieving the state's climate goals by the end of the decade

The European Parliament has approved 3 key bills to combat climate change
The European Parliament has approved 3 key bills to combat climate change

Creating a Social Climate Fund will help those most affected by energy and mobile poverty cope with rising energy transition costs

"CBAM will be": The European Parliament has decided on the carbon duty
"CBAM will be": The European Parliament has decided on the carbon duty

The waiver of free quotas in the sectors covered by the CBAM will last from 2027 to 2032.

The UK government will take into account the CBAM's environmental audit proposals
The UK government will take into account the CBAM's environmental audit proposals

CBAM can stimulate the development of lower carbon products in the domestic market

Green aviation fuel could save 5 million tons of CO2 in 2030
Green aviation fuel could save 5 million tons of CO2 in 2030

E-kerosene, formed by combining green hydrogen (H2) and carbon dioxide (CO₂), could significantly reduce aviation's climate impact

MEPs agree on new terms for ETS and CBAM
MEPs agree on new terms for ETS and CBAM

Proposed phasing out of ETS incentives for European industry from 2028 to 2034

Green transition stalled as fossil fuels dominate – REN21
Green transition stalled as fossil fuels dominate – REN21

The share of RES in the global energy balance has grown minimally over the past decade - from 10.6% to 11.7%

EUROFER called on the EU to support 60 major low-carbon projects
EUROFER called on the EU to support 60 major low-carbon projects

Decarbonization of steel requires huge efforts

Analysts said how carbon prices depend on the country's wealth
Analysts said how carbon prices depend on the country's wealth

Convergence of prices, coverage and benefits between countries at different stages of economic development is unlikely