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Japan announces 370 billion yen (£2.4 billion) boost for hydrogen industry 21 May 2021

The Japanese government announced on May 18 that it will allocate 370 billion yen (£2.4 billion) towards accelerating hydrogen research and development (R&D) and promotion. The money will come from Japan’s green innovation fund and follows an announcement in December 2020 in which the government set the goal of boosting hydrogen demand to 20 million tonnes a year by 2050....

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Beijing Winter Olympics to be supplied by 100% clean energy 19 May 2021

As we approach the 24th Winter Olympic Games, various projects are proceeding intensively and efficiently. Being a "green Olympics" is one of the important concepts for the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022, and the aim for organisers is that the event and all venues will be completely powered by clean energy – a pioneering move in the history of the Olympics....

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Chemical plant explosion injures four in Japan 17 May 2021

An explosion at a chemical plant in Fukushima prefecture, northeast Japan injured four people on May 11. The blast happened at Sakai Chemical Industry Co.'s Yumoto Factory in Iwaki which manufacturers chemicals used in paint, printer ink, and plastics....

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CNOOC builds China's first smart offshore gas field cluster 13 May 2021

On April 29, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) announced the completion of China's first offshore intelligent gas field group. The Dongfang Gas Field Group consists of 10 offshore production platforms, one land processing terminal and several subsea oil and gas pipelines. It is currently the largest self-operated gas field group in the western South China Sea....

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Will China be the largest carbon trading market in the world? 26 April 2021

Qi Kang, Deputy Chief Engineer of the Shanghai Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction Center, is the main designer of the Shanghai carbon trading market. While currently relying on the Shanghai Energy and Environment Exchange, Kang is participating in building a national carbon trading platform....

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