Neste to Supply KLM With SAF for Flights Out of Schiphol

KLM has purchased sustainable aviation fuel for flights out of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The sustainable fuel is produced by Neste from used cooking oil and will reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80 percent compared to fossil kerosene. This purchase is the next step in the use of sustainable fuel as it is the first time the fuel will be supplied using the existing infrastructure at Schiphol. Furthermore, Neste is joining KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Program. In doing so, Neste will reduce the CO2 emissions of its own business travel on KLM flights by 100 percent.

Innovative Hydropower Project Unveiled at COP25

A major new energy innovation project to demonstrate how smart hydropower technologies can deliver a low-carbon, reliable and resilient power system was launched today. The €18 million initiative was announced by the European Commission and a consortium of 19 partners at the United Nations climate change conference (COP25) in Madrid, Spain. It will show how innovative and flexible hydropower systems can help countries across the world meet their renewable energy targets.

12 Strategies to Step Up Global Energy Efficiency

A drastic reduction in global energy use will be essential for an affordable and manageable transition to a renewables-based clean energy future, according to a joint 12-strategies report today by the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, and the India-based Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy. The report offers recommendations to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Global Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency.

Aristoteles Sky, una herramienta pensada para que los gobiernos acierten en la transición energética

Kaiserwetter ha presentado hoy Aristoteles Sky, un nuevo producto B2G (Business to Government) que “abre una nueva era de gobernanza climática efectiva”. Desde la llegada de su plataforma Aristoteles, Kaiserwetter no ha dejado de desarrollar herramientas innovadoras basadas en datos, el internet de las cosas (IoT) y la inteligencia artificial. La última está pensada para los gobiernos porque ofrece “una simulación del sistema energético nacional y regional única en el mundo por su nivel de detalle en tiempo y espacio”.