Technology for sustainability: Low-carbon heating and cooling
Heating and cooling represent the most significant form of energy end use, and contribute majorly to carbon emissions. To effectively reduce carbon in heating and cooling, a diverse range of approaches need to be implemented to lower energy use and increase energy efficiency.
This includes adopting technologies such as heat pumps, electric heaters, green hydrogen, and renewable heat to replace conventional fossil fuel-based heating methods. Many of these technologies are still in their early stages of development. Realising their full potential will need extensive collaboration and investment in research, development, and widespread deployment.
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In this collaborative video series with the UN Global Compact (UNGC), we aim to educate and empower viewers by showcasing how disruptive technologies can effectively drive impactful change towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.