Yara International and JERA will collaborate on the production, delivery and supply chain development for blue and green ammonia, to enable zero-emission thermal power generation in Japan.
Montauk Renewables has signed an agreement to sell a portion of its Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) production as a feedstock to make fuel for the European market.
Repsol has started construction of Delta II, the company’s largest renewable project to date.
A national company-led hydrogen cluster was established in Finland to accelerate hydrogen economy and exports of hydrogen-related solutions.
Amp Energy’s Australian subsidiary has formed the Renewable Energy Hub of South Australia (REHSA).
Through the collaboration between Vattenfall, Sympower and Statnett, ferro-alloy company Eramet Norway has gained access to FFR (Fast Frequency Reserve) between May and October 2021.
Ørsted has completed its Permian Energy Center project, a 460 MWAC hybrid solar and battery storage facility located in Andrews County, Texas.
Nouryon has signed an agreement with Renewcell to provide specialty chemicals and engineering solutions for its new textile recycling plant in Sundsvall, Sweden.
Carbon Clean has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with BayoTech to explore commercial opportunities targeted at hydrogen and carbon capture and utilization deployment.
United Kingdom – New research from Oxford Brookes University has found that the vertical turbine design is far more efficient than traditional turbines in large scale wind farms, and when set in pairs the vertical turbines increase each other’s performance by up to 15%. A research team from the School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics […]
EnergyAustralia is expanding its existing Tallawarra power station in the Illawarra region, following an agreement reached with the Government of New South Wales.
Vestas has been selected by Neoen to deliver a full EPC turnkey solution to the 404 MW Mutkalampi project in western Finland.
thyssenkrupp Steel, HKM and the Port of Rotterdam jointly investigate setting up international supply chains for hydrogen.
Denmark/Germany – Energinet and Gasunie publish a technical pre-feasibility study for transporting hydrogen via a 350-450 km pipeline from Esbjerg or Holstebro in Denmark to Hamburg in Germany. The study shows that such a connection can be established in a stepwise and cost efficient fashion by repurposing existing gas pipelines.