The 2030 SDG has the main agenda to, 'leave no one behind'. The same applies for energy security. To ensure access to reliable, affordable, sustainable and modern energy for all. There are ways to take a global approach to this issue, i.e facilitating access to it and promoting investment in the infrastructure.
Studies following the Paris Agreement of 1.5℃ limit of global warming, suggest that South Asia has the most influx of global warming. Emission levels are very high in these developing nations. The poorer nations, which are very prone to disastrous heat waves also need feasible methods to battle the issue. An award ceremony post COP26 meeting held in Ashden, recognised the necessity of sustainable cooling.
The State Government of Maharashtra has announced that they will partner with the petrol companies for the installation of EV charging points on the premises. Dr Nitin Raut, New and Renewable Energy Minister of Maharashtra has officiated the announcement during the Pune Alternate Fuel Conclave 2022.
The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is surging forward as nations around the world aggressively strive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. With EVs being praised as a cleaner alternative to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, the demand for lithium-ion batteries, which power most EVs, has skyrocketed. However, the environmental and social impacts of lithium mining have often been overshadowed by the EV industry's green image.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer's subsidiary, Eve, is set to build a new factory near Sao Paulo to produce electric flying taxis. The vertical take-off and landing aircraft, resembling small helicopters with space for up to six passengers, aims to launch by 2026.