Decarbon Daily - Issue for July 15, 2021
Inside this issue
Federal and state local government have differing views and plans on moving towards a lower-carbon economy. Yesterday's issue lays out the US state differences. Outside of the US, countries are starting to lay out plans and projects to reduce emissions and create sustainable solutions.
Countries across the world are taking action to move towards electrification. Natural gas will play a decisive role in facilitating the energy transition.
Senegal aims to increase its electrification rate to 100% by 2025, and plans to use gas to do so
Senegal is in West Africa with a population of around 16 million that imports coal and petroleum but does have natural gas resources. In four short years, Senegal plans to get to 100% electrification. How is that even possible??
Senegal has a lower consumption per GDP compared to many countries enabling them to make a swift change. Today, the country is directing critical investment to cleaner power generation solutions using natgas to facilitate an energy transition.
Inside this Issue
🌍 Senegal Promotes Energy Diversification and Role of Natural Gas
🔖 Project Canary Certifies EQT Natural Gas
🔖 Chesapeake Plans to Certify Haynesville and Appalachia Gas
🛣 Texas ERCOT Releases 60-Point Grid Reliability Roadmap
Articles in this issue