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Role of low carbon emission H2 in the energy transition of Colombia: Environmental assessment of H2 production pathways for a certification scheme

Based on the country's carbon footprint and source, this report recommends a classification of H2 in Colombia based on its carbon footprint and source. To determine the carbon footprint of H2 production methods, a life cycle analysis was used. Although low-carbon-H2 can be used to reduce 22 percent of the national greenhouse gas emissions as determined in the Nationally Determined Contribution, both blue and green-H2 can be used for national and international trade since the standard emissions are aligned with international standards such as CertifHy and the Chinese model. Moreover, biomass fermentation of biomass results in environmental savings, indicating that biomass is a promising feedstock for international and local trade. In addition, a combination of green- and blue-H2 production techniques, including renewable-based electrolysis, natural gas steam reforming with CCS, and ethanol conversion were tested to see if a combination of green- and blue-H2 were able to meet Colombia's growing and future demand for low-carbon emission H2.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecmx.2022.100312


Modeling Energy Consumption, Carbon Emission and Economic Growth: Empirical Analysis for Pakistan

In the case of Pakistan from 1980 to 2012, this report examines the short run and long relationship between carbon emission, energy consumption, and economic growth. In addition, there is also unidirectional causality in Pakistan between energy intake and energy emission. Financial growth has also been linked to economic expansion in the era of financial development to economic growth, according to Unidirectional causality.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/9fd84dd5eb7b4428b0e91d573926054b


A Study of Energy Efficiency and Mitigation of Carbon Emission: Implication of Decomposing Energy Intensity of Manufacturing Sector in Taiwan

This paper uses the Logarithmic Mean Divisia Index method to determine aggregate energy consumption of Taiwan's manufacturing sector from 1982 to 2014. The fuel mixed effect, the sectoral energy intensity effect, and the substructural effect are all three transformations. Moreover, the aggregate energy intensity is primarily fueled by the sectoral energy intensity effect, although the general energy intensity is mainly influenced by the energy intensity effect. In recent years, the effect of the substructural effect and fuel mixed effect on increasing the aggregate energy intensity has increased.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/92528c728a0c48cc930387471ced386d


Going Green: Determinants of Carbon Emission Disclosure in Manufacturing Companies in Indonesia

Measurements in the area of carbon pollution disclosure are carried out using checklists that are adopted and created based on the information request sheets provided by the Carbon Disclosure Project. The population of this study is representative of all manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2014-2016. The target of this study is all manufacturing firms listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange between 2014 and 2016. Secondary data from the Indonesia Stock Exchange is used to create the reports. The data used are secondary results from the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The regulator has an effect on carbon emission reporting, company size influences carbon emission disclosure, and profitability affects carbon emission transparency, although institutional ownership does not influence carbon reporting. The study found that the regulator has an effect on carbon emission disclosure, carbon emission disclosure, company size influences carbon leakage, and cost avoidance has no influence on carbon reporting.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/ffe4b1a88a5349e1a5b81196095202ea


Techno-Economic Analysis of Fuel Vehicles as Logistic Distribution Facilities in Indonesia by Considering the Carbon Emission Cost

This report intends to perform a techno-economic review of the Vigas use as a substitute for Pertamax 92 fuel, which is now uncommon. In addition, this report estimates the amount of carbon pollution expenses that must be paid by the company when using Pertamax fuel 92 and Vigas. Vigas' cost of carbon pollution produced by the company is also lower than Pertamax 92, with a difference of IDR 4,191,482. 36.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/abbf2f89c17147b3b9d0833b8ee06ec8


The role of renewable, non-renewable electricity consumption and carbon emission in development in Indonesia: Evidence from Distributed Lag Tests

The present research examines the connection from a production standpoint to assess the effects of electricity production on economic growth in contrast to the traditional model of measuring the impact of electricity consumption on economic growth. The findings of an ARDL bound testing procedure show that renewable electricity generation, non-renewable electricity generation, and carbon dioxide pollution are all solid determinants of Indonesian economic growth. Moreover, the findings found that renewable electricity generation, nonrenewable electricity generation, and carbon dioxide pollution, Indonesia's key words: renewable electricity generation, renewable electricity generation, and nonrenewable electricity generation have all had a positive and beneficial effect on economic growth.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/fa330e6136564765a6c7e1ac9427d44d


Behavior of Tourism Industry under the Situation of Environmental Threats and Carbon Emission: Time Series Analysis from Thailand

The purpose of this study is to investigate the tourism industry's environmental trends in the region of Thailand. As an environmental factor, there are six dimensions for tourism and five for carbon dioxide as the environmental factor is observed. Annual time data from 2000 to 2014. Data is obtained from the official website of the world development indicator for regression analysis. Carbon dioxide emissions from manufacturing and construction industries, as well as carbon dioxide pollution from other industries have a significant effect on Thailand's tourism industry, according to the study's findings. These findings are providing solid evidence for their regional and organizational implication, as significant effort is required to minimize the detrimental effects of environmental indicators on the tourism industry. In addition, the research's academic implication can extend to other economies in the ASEAN region, including Malaysia and Indonesia.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/dc99c61716e64ae792acf95c0025a1be


Exploring the Compensation Plans Under International Laws from Offshore Oil Facilities and Relationship between Oil Production, Trade and Carbon Emission: An Evidence from Global Economy

This article aims to sift through the liability legislation governing offshore drilling oil spill accidents. E. g. , the scope of compensation heads in offshore oil accidents will be explored during the discussion. Further, this paper includes recommendations to re-invent international law framework for improved environmental safeguards offered by the offshore oil companies' better preparedness controls, tighter insurance system, and more flexible liability laws. Besides, this report has also investigated the empirical correlation between crude oil production, trade, and carbon dioxide emissions in six specific regions. However, the study is limited in terms of presenting empirical evidence for only three metrics, although measures such as total energy consumption, energy intensity of GDP, oil products manufacturing, natural gas production, and LNG production and their relationship with carbon pollution are entirely lacking, which may be addressed in future studies.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/25e4827dcb6148e5a70c84aafe277f30


Effect of Economic Growth and Foreign Direct Investment on Carbon emission in the Asian States

In Asian countries, this research paper explores the connection between carbon dioxide emissions, economic growth, energy use, and FDI. According to the findings, there is a direct correlation between energy use and carbon dioxide gas emissions. In addition, there is no evidence of a strong correlation between FDI and carbon dioxide gas leakage. The coefficient value of FDI is insignificant in the long run, and therefore it gives us ambiguity about whether or not FDI will be a catalyst to increase carbon dioxide gas emissions or not.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/1a6e3137714a4f69b1546b7a55dcbc9e


A Multivariate Analysis between Renewable Energy, Carbon Emission and Economic Growth: New Evidences from Selected Middle East and North Africa Countries

The panel's findings confirm that a significant correlation exists between CO2 emissions and economic development exists, as well as that renewable energy consumption has a major effect on economic growth. As reported by the DOLS, the panel of the FMOLS study shows that although economic growth responds positively to the effects of CO2 emissions, CO2 emissions rises negatively from the result of renewable energy use, as opposed to the positive results between renewable energy consumption and CO2 emissions, which was not reported by the DOLS. This goes to say that most economies in this region are yet to find best and appropriate legislation to monitor renewable energy prices, which may help balance economic growth pattern and reduce greenhouse gas emissions while still minimizing the release of Greenhouse Gases.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/a20a89c701be43908b1a4c78eb31eb52

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