China’s CO2 emissions are so vast that its biggest companies, few of which are household names, create more pollution than entire nations. China Baowu, the world’s top steelmaker, put more CO2 into the atmosphere last year than Pakistan. https://t.co/vlWy79GWQk
Very few of China's giant state-owned industrial firms report their CO2 emissions, so we had to do it for them. What stands out is the huge role that the construction sector plays in driving China's emissions: the largest steel and cement firms emit more than entire nations. https://t.co/gZWqv7aiag
Since I've responded to this question half a dozen times today already: No, China ramping up coal output does not mean coal consumption will go up. Consumption is falling steeply at the moment due to power rationing, sky-high prices and real-estate slowdown.
Pakistan could soon be home to a 400MW hydrogen plant, with a planned hydrogen production of 150,000kg per day, as part of a new co-operation agreement between Oracle Power and PowerChina International Group. https://t.co/T3G2EYpvcn
Three green hydrogen hubs proposed for South Africa https://t.co/ercQ2fNvLI