DuPont plans to split up into three independent companies

US – DuPont plans to split up into three distinct, publicly traded companies. Under the plan, DuPont would execute the proposed separations of its Electronics and Water businesses. New DuPont will continue as a diversified industrial company following completion of the separations. As independent entities, both Electronics and Water will benefit from increased focus and […]

Continue Reading

Ofgem funding to back feasibility study of Gravitricity’s H2 storage

National Gas, the UK’s gas transmission system owner and operator, has secured funding to study the use of a underground hydrogen energy storage developed by Scottish firm Gravitricity. The project has been awarded the first phase of a grant from Ofgem’s Strategic Innovation Fund to carry out a three-month feasibility study of Gravitricity’s H2FlexiStore technology, […]

Continue Reading

‘Who is setting the pace?’

EIES23 – ‘The world outside needs us and has a challenge for us’, Yolande Verbeek said at European Industry and Energy Summit (EIES23) ‘Only then when we really cooperate with everybody in the game, we will make real steps. Then we can deal with three dilemma’s: fossil or not? What to do with the infrastucture? And who is setting the pace: government or the market?’

Continue Reading