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Reduction of CO2 Emissions - German Presentation
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Reduction of CO2 Emissions - German Presentation

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Comenius energy German presentation about plans concerning the reduction of CO2 emissions.

Comenius energy German presentation about plans concerning the reduction of CO2 emissions.

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  • 1. Until 2020
  • 2.
    • = climate protection: plan B
    • Reduction in CO2 emissions up to 40% until 2020
    • Conditions:
    • - use more renewables ( offshore wind farms, geothermic plants)
    • - more efficient methods in producing electricity
    • - more cogenerations of heat and power
    • - harder laws for conventional electricity producers
    • - top rates in the consumption of electricity
    •  electric – powered devices
    • - limit values for CO2 (emissions) concerning cars
  • 3.
    • E = ethanol 10 = 10 %
    • In general  Europe  EU - introduction of an higher concentration of ethanol in petrol
    • In Germany - new regulations in our national anti-pollution law  concentration of ethanol increased about 5%
    • The aim:
    •  reduction of the dependence of fossil fuels  reduction of the carbon dioxide emissions
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