Turks & Caicos (TCI) deepened its commitment to advancing renewable energy by joining the Carbon War Room’s Ten Island Challenge today. The Premier of Turks and Caicos, the Honorable Doctor Rufus Ewing, and Carbon War Room Operation Director, Justin Locke, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, committing to work together to reduce the island’s dependence on fossil fuels through increased renewable energy production and improved energy efficiency. Read More.
The adoption of the War Room's A to G rating by many of the world's top 100 ports would create an incentive market for carbon-efficient ships worth over US$100 million to shipowners," says Sir Richard Branson
Carbon War Room welcomed an announcement from Port of Rotterdam Authority today that it will investigate an extension of its current incentives scheme, which focuses on local pollutants, to include low-carbon vessels. Read More.
The Carbon War Room is seeking renewable fuel producers capable of producing up to 100 million gallons of renewable jet fuel and/or green diesel annually at a cost competitive with conventional jet fuel, starting within the next one to five years. Read More.