Strategy and Best Practices, Energy

Rules for an Energy-Secure Global Green Hydrogen Economy

November 9, 2022

Rules for an Energy-Secure Global
Hydrogen is not just another fuel. Hydrogen is expected to serve as a primary industrial fuel in the 21st century, just as coal drove the 19th century and oil drove the 20th century. Decarbonised hydrogen produced by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable electricity (‘green’ hydrogen) or other low-carbon variants that sequester carbon emissions – could be a gamechanger in strengthening energy security and powering the energy transition.

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CSA Group

At CSA Group, we excel in addressing emerging, complex issues and technologies. CSA Group is comprised of two organizations: Standards Development and Testing, Inspection, & Certification. The mission of CSA Group’s Standard Development organization is to enhance the lives of Canadians through the advancement of standards in the public and private sectors.  We are a leader in standards research, development, education, and advocacy. The technical and management standards developed with our 10,000 members improve safety, health, the environment, and economic efficiency in Canada and beyond.

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Clean Power Generation

whitePaper | December 30, 2019

As a critical infrastructure developer, owner, and operator of power generation facilities in North America and Europe, this utility markets a wide range of clean energy products from a portfolio of natural gasfueled, solar, and wind energy generation projects. With over 6,600 MW of utility-scale renewable and natural gas-fueled power generation facilities globally, this utility prides itself on being North America’s largest independent wind power generation company.

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Field Force Automation In The Electric Vehicles (Ev) Industry

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

Globally, electric vehicle (EV) sales grew 80% in 2021 and companies like Toyota and Volkswagen announced $170 billion of investment into electrification. Besides eliminating exhaust emissions and tackling part of the 23% of global CO2 emissions contributed by the transportation sector, EVs also provide key flexibility to the grid as we transition to a greater share of Renewable Energy (RE) supply. However, despite this global push, EVs only accounted for 7.2% of global car sales in 2021. The electric revolution still has a long way to go.

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Decarbonizing practices in the global automotive industry

whitePaper | September 29, 2022

This whitepaper examines the current state and trajectory of decarbonization within the global automotive industry. By examining and establishing a baseline on industry action, early- mid- and long-term initiatives can be highlighted to help inform manufacturers and producers how they can engage and push themselves further towards full decarbonization. This effort also highlights the challenges and complexities in the path towards decarbonization, which is complex and layered. Industrial producers should be looking outwards to determine how to take best steps from within.

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Introduction to Microgrids

whitePaper | September 30, 2022

transmission lines to consumers. This electricity is usually fuelled by coal, gas or nuclear sources. However, the traditional power generation model is being put under more and more pressure, and in the interim,consumers are left exposed to power fluctuations, blackouts and more frequent critical infrastructure.

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Deeper waters, stronger winds

whitePaper | October 18, 2022

The world is faced with three global and interconnected crises: An energy crisis, led by supply disruption and skyrocketing costs of energy; a climate crisis, caused by our historic and current greenhouse gas emissions; and a biodiversity crisis, marked by habitat degradation and biodiversity loss. These megatrends influence and exacerbate each other, making it imperative to consider them together when developing effective responses.

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The “No-Excuse” Framework to Accelerate the Path to Net-Zero Manufacturing and Value Chains

whitePaper | January 5, 2023

While many leading companies have already started their journey towards achieving net-zero emissions – namely, cutting their greenhouse gas emissions as much as possible and balancing the remaining by removing it from the atmosphere – no single business can reach net zero by itself. Systemic collaboration across and between value chains is fundamental to aligning and upgrading corporate strategies and industrial policies, and all stakeholders – even competitors – can find mutual benefit in ensuring their industries can continue operating in the future.

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Spotlight

CSA Group

At CSA Group, we excel in addressing emerging, complex issues and technologies. CSA Group is comprised of two organizations: Standards Development and Testing, Inspection, & Certification. The mission of CSA Group’s Standard Development organization is to enhance the lives of Canadians through the advancement of standards in the public and private sectors.  We are a leader in standards research, development, education, and advocacy. The technical and management standards developed with our 10,000 members improve safety, health, the environment, and economic efficiency in Canada and beyond.

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