Worley design eFuel facility in Sweden

Sweden – Worley will provide Basic Engineering services for one of the world’s first commercial-scale eMethanol facilities. Worley will provide front-end engineering design services for the eMethanol facility which will be constructed in Örnsköldsvik, on the north-east coast of Sweden. They will support the Liquid Wind Consortium to plan the efficient integration of the technology […]

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Largest battery park in Belgium opens in 2021

Scoop in Wallonia: EStor-Lux, in collaboration with Centrica Business Solutions, creates a battery park in Bastogne. Centrica manages and valorizes the batteries that can function as a virtual power plant. In this way, the parties increase the efficiency of the Belgian high-voltage grid. Centrica Business Solutions reaffirms its pioneering position in the flexibility market by […]

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First plasma for British fusion reactor

For the first time, after a seven-year build, the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s Mega Amp Spherical Tokamak (Mast) Upgrade, has achieved first plasma. All the essential components work together simultaneously. Fusion energy offers the potential of an abundant, inherently safe low-carbon electricity supply. It involves fusing hydrogen particles in a hot gas known as a […]

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Renewable energy accelerates energy transition

DNV GL today published a new report outlining how the energy transition can be accelerated through the rapid uptake of renewable energy to limit global warming to 1.5°C. The recent coronavirus crisis has demonstrated the resilience of renewable energy sources, demonstrating the maturity of this generation form. By 2050, DNV GL forecasts that 66% of […]

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Magnus Hall leaves Vattenfall

After nearly six years as President and CEO Magnus Hall has decided to leave Vattenfall. The Board of Directors will now initiate the recruitment process to find a new President and CEO. ‘Through his leadership and his commitment to Vattenfall’s customers and employees and to the energy transition, Magnus Hall has significantly contributed to Vattenfall’s […]

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Europe aims for hydrogen and system integration

To become climate-neutral by 2050, Europe needs to transform its energy system, which accounts for 75 percent of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. The EU strategies for energy system integration and hydrogen will pave the way towards a more efficient and interconnected energy sector. The two strategies present a new clean energy investment agenda, in […]

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