US publishes plans for climate change pact

Sep 29, 2005 02:00 AM

The US Department of Energy has published its plans for the Climate Change Technology Programme, a pact it entered earlier this year with six Asian nations to reduce greenhouse gases through technological development.
The draft plan outlined that $ 3bn of federal funds would be made available for climate change related technology research, development, demonstration and deployment.

The technologies developed under the programme will be used and deployed between the US and its partners, Australia, China, India, South Korea and Japan.
The Department's plan sets six goals for the programme to accomplish. Among them are plans to reduce emissions from energy use and infrastructure, reduce emissions from energy supply and reduce emissions through capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide.

To view and comment on the draft strategic plan visit www.climatechangetechnology.gov. The comment period will close on 2 November 2005.
The final plan is expected in 2006.

Source: Power Engineering
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