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Boeing, NASA, United Airlines To Test SAF Benefits with Air-to-Air Flights

Wed, 11/01/2023 - 03:02
In a collaboration to strengthen sustainability in aviation, Boeing is partnering with NASA and United Airlines for in-flight testing to measure how sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) affects contrails and non-carbon emissions, in addition to reducing the fuel's life cycle climate impact.

Tucson Electric Power to Build  Large Battery Energy Storage System

Wed, 11/01/2023 - 03:02
Tucson Electric Power will build a large battery energy storage system in southeast Tucson to help satisfy customers’ everyday energy needs with abundant, low-cost solar energy. TEP’s Roadrunner Reserve system will serve as the largest energy storage system in TEP's portfolio and among the largest in Arizona. The 200-megawatt (MW) system can store 800 megawatt hours of energy, enough to serve approximately 42,000 homes for four hours when deploying at full capacity. The system is scheduled to begin operation in summer 2025.

PGE and Ørsted to Supply Key Components for Offshore Part of Baltica 2

Wed, 11/01/2023 - 03:02
PGE Group and Ørsted have signed another agreement for supply of foundations for Baltica 2 – one of two stages of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm. This is the last contract relating to key components for the offshore part of Baltica 2, closing so-called Tier 1 level of the investment.

Veolia Operates First Solar Car Park to Deliver Renewable Energy for UK Hospital 

Wed, 11/01/2023 - 03:02
Veolia, working with 3ti solar car park specialists, have started renewable electricity generation at Eastbourne District General Hospital. By installing a new Solar Car Park the hospital is the first in the UK to take this step which will produce 1,000 MWh of solar-generated electricity annually, and lower CO2 emissions by 222 tons in the first year. 

Ukraine-Ukrainian energy company DTEK launches pre-design details for new wind power plant

Wed, 11/01/2023 - 03:02
DTEK Renewables has started pre-design works for the Poltavska Wind Power Plant (WPP), which will be in the Hlobyne town community in the Poltava region.  

Brittany joins the Ocean Energy Europe global network

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
Brittany has officially formalised its support for tidal turbine technology by joining Ocean Energy Europe, integrating the region into the world's largest network of ocean energy professionals.

NZTC secures funding to accelerate UK-German hydrogen export opportunity

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) has been awarded £200,000 from Scottish Government to advance critical research to demonstrate the feasibility and economic opportunity of exporting hydrogen from Scotland to Germany and solidify the case for infrastructure investment.

More than 100,000 Welsh home and business owners turn to renewable energy

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
2023 has been a record-breaking year for installations of small-scale renewables in Wales, according to data from MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) which shows that more than 100,000 MCS certified systems have now been installed in Wales since records began in 2008.

LiveDiligence calls for renewable energy market to reboot its due diligence processes

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
LiveDiligence says burdensome traditional approaches to due diligence, alongside fragmented knowledge management, are slowing down the flow of new capital into renewable energy projects worldwide, leading to missed opportunities for advisors delivering valuable expertise to their clients.

ABB joins HyPilot project alongside Yara, Equinor, and Gassco

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
Hystar AS has announced that ABB has joined the HyPilot project, the in-field demonstration of Hystar’s one-megawatt (MW) containerised PEM electrolysers.

Genevos Delivers 40 kW Marine Fuel Cell Innovation for Series Leisure Vessel Application

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
MadBlue Marine, which offers an end-to-end solution for hydrogen infrastructure and boat production, selected the Genevos ‘Complete H2-Pack’ of engineering solutions to onboarding hydrogen power. This included the provision of a drop-in, compact and low weight HPM-40, and engineering services incorporating hydrogen storage and supply, tailored commissioning, installation, and design engineering, including gas management and P&ID, and FMEA safety analysis.

Global OTEC Meets Fiji’s Blue Economy Stakeholders to Discuss OTEC Pilot Project 

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
As part of a commitment to a cleaner and more sustainable future, the Global Ocean Energy Alliance supported a mission in Fiji for an Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Pilot Project. The initiative, backed by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, was conducted by Global OTEC's technical experts. The company was asked to meet with national and regional stakeholders in Suva, Fiji. 

Harvest’s smart thermal battery breaks $11 million funding mark

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
Earth Foundry has led a just-closed $4 million round to support Harvest Thermal’s smart thermal battery which has been designed to make heat pumps smarter, more efficient and cheaper to operate.

Octopus Energy supports over 100 solar projects in Europe

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
Octopus Energy’s generation arm has announced investments in two renewable energy developers in Ireland and Portugal, enabling the companies to build over 100 new solar projects on rooftops and business sites, creating 250 MW of solar power while reducing reliance on fossil fuels and boosting energy security.

ABP and Hynamics form hydrogen partnership at the Port of Barry

Mon, 10/30/2023 - 06:00
Associated British Ports (ABP) and Hynamics, EDF Group subsidiary, have announced an ambitious partnership to evaluate developing low-carbon hydrogen production and distribution at the Port of Barry in order to help reduce local industries’ CO2 emissions.

Risen Energy's "Rectangular" Topcon Modules In Mass Production and Delivery

Thu, 10/26/2023 - 18:57
In August, Risen Energy announced the start of mass production of TOPCon modules, which are based on rectangular silicon wafers with dimensions of 182.2 x 191.6 mm. Deliveries will begin at the end of the month to Southeast Asia, Europe, and other markets. Following a joint agreement with several leading industry companies in July and August this year, Risen Energy has gone a step further by taking practical action. Customers praised the quick response and high-quality goods and services.

Enel Agrees to Sell Geothermal and Solar Portfolio in US to Ormat

Thu, 10/26/2023 - 18:57
Enel S.p.A., acting through its fully-owned subsidiary Enel Green Power North America Inc. , has signed an agreement with Ormat Technologies Inc., for the sale of a renewable asset portfolio in the US for a total consideration of $271 million, subject to adjustments customary for these kinds of transactions. The portfolio consists of approximately 150 MW of operational geothermal and solar facilities.

Circularise Partners With Goodfuels On Digital Traceability for Biofuels Supply Chains

Thu, 10/26/2023 - 18:57
Circularise and GoodFuels, FincoEnergies’ sustainable fuels brand, have announced their project to digitize the biofuels record management process required for RED II compliance. Throughout this project, FincoEnergies shared their knowledge on bookkeeping processes with Circularise to expand its MassBalancer traceability software suite to include the biofuels supply chain, adding ISCC EU certification as an additional supported framework.

Green Climate Fund approves $50 million for Camco’s new blended finance fund for Africa, REPP 2

Thu, 10/26/2023 - 18:57
The Board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) has approved the allocation of $50 million in equity to REPP 2, a new debt fund providing an opportunity to invest in Sub-Saharan Africa’s fast-growing renewable energy market.

Repsol Begins Producing Renewable Hydrogen at Petronor

Thu, 10/26/2023 - 18:57
Repsol has begun producing renewable hydrogen at its Petronor industrial center in Biscay, Spain. The 2.5 MW electrolyzer can generate 350 tons per year of renewable hydrogen for industrial use, mainly in the refinery, as a raw material for manufacturing products with a lower carbon footprint.


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