Energy Technology Perspectives 2020 is a new IEA publication focused on the technology needs and opportunities for reaching international climate and sustainable energy goals. That share climbs to almost 100% by 2050 if no action is taken to manage the existing infrastructure’s emissions. This emphasises how necessary it is to rapidly develop technologies such as hydrogen and carbon capture. BRICS Completing the rest of the journey means paying more attention to the transport, industry and building sectors, which collectively account for about 55% of carbon emission from energy systems. This year’s Energy Technology Perspectives Report is the first core ETP report in three years, following a revamp of the series. It analyses more than 800 different technology options to assess what must happen for the world to reach net-zero emission by 2070, while still ensuring a resilient and secure energy system. By 2070 these electrolysers will consume twice the amount of electricity that China generates today. In the IEA scenario carbon capture will be used across a range of sectors, including the production of synthetic fuels and some low-carbon hydrogen. With global carbon emissions at unacceptably high levels, structural changes to energy systems are needed to achieve the kind of rapid and permanent decline in emissions needed to reach the world’s shared climate targets. The Report insists governments must play an outsized role in accelerating clean energy transitions toward meeting energy goals. It highlights core areas that policy makers must address to make this happen. It also notes that economic stimulus measures put into place to address a post-COVID-19 reality offer the opportunity to take urgent action that could boost economies while supporting clean energy and climate goals. AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Generation Read more:Carbon emissions: Balancing development with environmental concernsMaking the global economic recovery a carbon-free reboot Effect of inefficient systems on net-zero efforts Read more:Sectors that hold the key to achieving a net-zero economy: #wef20Cement and concrete industry targets a carbon neutral future Birol stated: “Ultra-low interest rates can help finance a growing number of clean energy projects. More governments and companies are throwing their weight behind these critical technologies, and all-important energy innovation may be about to take off.” Modern bioenergy would directly replace fossil fuels in areas such as transport, and offset emissions indirectly through its combined use with carbon capture. Much greater use of electricity in these sectors to power electric vehicles, recycle metals, heat buildings and other tasks, could make the single biggest contribution to reaching net-zero emissions, although many more technologies are needed, according to the report. Sign up for the ESI Africa newsletter Where does hydrogen fit into the world’s energy plans? Getting rid of pollution caused by the creation of electricity is not enough to reach the world’s carbon neutral goals. Image: Pixabay IEA executive director Dr Fatih Birol says solar is leading renewables to new heights in markets across the globe. Making sure that new clean energy technologies are available in time for key investment decisions to be made, is critical. For example, in heavy industries, strategically timed investments could help to avoid about 40% of cumulative emissions from existing infrastructure in these sectors. Accelerating innovation is crucial for this, and for scaling up the cleaning energy technology needed across the entire energy system. “However, we need even more countries and business to get on board. We need to redouble efforts to bring energy access to all those who currently lack it. We need to tackle emissions from the vast amounts of existing energy infrastructure in use worldwide, that threaten to put our shared goals out of reach,” explained Birol. The IEA report, Energy Technology Perspectives 2020, says an urgent push is needed to develop and deploy clean energy technologies worldwide to meet international energy and climate goals. The report finds that evolving only the power sector to clean energy, only limits global emissions by a third. Transforming solely the power sector only gets the world one-third of the way to net-zero emissions says a new International Energy Agency report, emphasising the need for greater efforts in other key sectors. Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development “Despite the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 crises, several recent developments give us grounds for increased optimism about the world’s ability to accelerate clean energy transitions and reach its energy and climate goals. Still, major issues remain. This new IEA report not only shows the scale of the challenge but also offers vital guidance for overcoming it,” said Birol. The Energy Technology Perspective 2020 examines how to address the challenges of long-lasting energy assets already in existence. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Finance and Policy There is a lot of pressure on hydrogen to play a large and varied role in helping the world to reach net-zero. It is expected to form a bridge between the power sector and the industries where the direct use of electricity are being challenged, such as shipping and steel. These include inefficient coal power plants, steel mills and cement kilns, most of which are recently built in emerging Asian economies and could conceivably be in operation for decades to come. It finds the power sector plus the heavy industry sector account for 60% of emission from existing energy infrastructure. TAGScarbon emissionsenergy efficiencyHydrogenIEAnet-zero emissionsTechnology Previous articleWorld Bank supports Mozambique’s skills development programmesNext articleSolarise Africa mobilises $10m for clean energy expansion Theresa SmithTheresa Smith is a conference producer for Clarion Events Africa. A truly blistering pace of technological transformation necessary for the world to reach net-zero emission by 2050 is explored in the Report’s Faster Innovation Case. That proposal finds that to meet the huge increase in demand for electricity, adding to the renewable energy power capacity would need to grow four times the current annual record reached in 2019. The IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario (their suggested pathway to reach international energy and climate goals) says the global capacity of electrolysers, which produce hydrogen from water and electricity, will expand to 3,300GW by 2070, from 0.2GW today.
Ilustrasi pilot sebelum memutuskan landing atau divert. 43airschool.com Mengikuti tuntutan efiensi yang tengah mengemuka di segmen maskapai internasional, Garuda Indonesia telah resmi meluncurkan apa yang disebut sebagai digital navigation chart, yaitu inovasi terbarunya dalam mempelopori digitalisasi sistem layanan operasional penerbangan. Digital navigation chart merupakan upaya optimalisasi operasional navigasi sekaligus menjadi komitmen perusahaan dalam mempelopori komitmen menuju paperless airline dengan penerapan digital navigation chart dalam tata kelola operasional penerbangan.Baca juga: Auto Pilot – Sistem yang Mudahkan Pilot Atur Navigasi Selama MengudaraDigital navigation chart Garuda Indonesia menggunakan aplikasi electronic flight bag (EFB) Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro hasil kerja sama dengan Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc, yang merupakan anak perusahaan dari Boeing. Adapun melalui penggunaan digital navigation chart diharapkan mampu memaksimalkan efisiensi biaya melalui proses bisnis yang lebih efektif dan efisien. Penggunaan digital navigation chart ini sekaligus mengurangi cost hingga 59 persen per tahun dari aspek biaya manual navigation chart melalui kerja sama kontrak yang baru termasuk gratis paket JeppFD. Tidak hanya itu, digital navigation chart juga turut berpotensi menghemat biaya perawatan mesin pesawat .“Jika dibandingkan sebelumnya, navigation chart yang seluruhnya masih menggunakan hard copy dalam bentuk buku kini dapat diakses hanya dengan aplikasi di tablet PC, tentunya hal ini akan memberikan nilai tambah bagi Perusahaan, khususnya terkait komitmen maskapai dalam menegakan prinsip-prinsip paperless airlines”, ujar Direktur Operasi Garuda Indonesia Capt. Bambang Adisurya Angkasa dalam catatan tertulis yang diterima KabarPemumpang.com (19/6).Aplikasi navigation chart Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro mampu meningkatkan aspek keamanan pada saat di udara karena kemudahan akses informasi dan distribusi data serta komunikasi antar lini operasional dapat berlangsung jauh lebih cepat, tepat dan akurat. Dengan demikian beban kerja dan waktu persiapan yang dilakukan para Pilot ketika berada di cockpit dapat berkurang. Selain itu, digital navigation chart diharapkan dapat meminimalisir potensi gangguan penerbangan akibat data manual yang belum diperbarui.Aplikasi digital navigation chart secara dinamis akan menampilkan informasi detail mengenai enroute weather layer, in App NOTAM, real-time data, GPS-based positional awareness, vector-based terminal charts yang mampu mendorong kesadaran situasional para Pilot pada saat di dalam cockpit.Bambang menyampaikan bahwa aplikasi Jeppesen Flite Deck Pro juga terintegrasi dengan aplikasi Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Project lainnya yang salah satunya adalah e-performance calculation untuk meningkatkan kecepatan dan keakuratan pada saat aircraft performance calculation.Baca juga: Dihilangkan dari Dunia Aviasi Modern, Kira-Kira Inilah Tugas Seorang Flight Engineer Proses transformasi digital navigation chart sendiri akan dilakukan secara bertahap, untuk saat ini implementasi digitalisasi dilakukan pada pesawat wide-body jenis Boeing 777 dan Airbus 330 serta tercatat 800 pilot sudah didaftarkan untuk menggunakan tablet PC yang telah terpasang aplikasi Jeppesen FliteDeck Pro.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedAirNav Implementasikan Sistem Performance Based Navigation, Apa Itu?31/01/2020In “Analisa Angkutan”Airport Digital Cinema, Teknologi Baru Angkasa Pura II27/02/2017In “Bandara””Air Navigation Charges,” Biaya Jasa Navigasi ATC Saat Pesawat Melintas di Suatu Negara17/10/2019In “Bandara”
Arsenal have reached an agreement with French Ligue 1 side Lille to sign winger Nicolas Pepe in a deal worth about £72m, according to BBC.The Gunners will pay for the 24-year-old via a series of installments that suit their restricted budget for this summer.An agreement between Arsenal and Pepe’s representatives still needs to be finalized, however, the transfer is expected to be completed in the next 24 to 48 hours.Italian side Napoli also met Lille’s asking price, but their proposal was rejected by the player’s camp.Pepe tends to operate on the right-wing and cut in on to his left foot, but can also be used as a striker in a 4-4-2 formation.The Ivory Coast international scored 23 goals for Lille last season and satisfies Arsenal’s need for a wide player with pace and high technical ability.Arsenal offered £40m for Crystal Palace’s Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha earlier this month, but their Premier League rivals value the player at about £80m.Related