TotalEnergies Launches New Battery Storage Project in Belgium

French company TotalEnergies has announced another battery project. The new project will be developed on the site of TotalEnergies’ depot in Feluy, Belgium. It will have a power rating of 25 MW and a capacity of 75 MWh, thanks to the forty Intensium Max High Energy lithium-ion containers supplied by Saft. The announcement was made […]

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Battery Electric Cars Sales In EU Increase By 55%: Eurostat

Europe Union (EU) witnessed a rise in the sale of battery-only electric passenger cars in 2022 reveals the data shared by Eurostat, which is the statistical office of the European Union. It also showcased an increase in the number of battery-only electric passenger cars in the EU. It stated, “Battery-only electric passenger cars in the […]

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Hybrid-Electric Car Registrations Surge By 26% In EU: ACEA Report

European Automobile Manufacturers Association, (ACEA) recently shared data on the new registration of cars in the European Union (EU). In its data for 2023, it mentioned that the year concluded with a solid 13.9% expansion compared to 2022. It reached a full-year volume of 10.5 million units. In December, new EU registrations for hybrid-electric cars […]

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MG4 Electric Receives a Five-Star Safety Rating from Euro NCAP

The European subsidiary of Chinese automotive manufacturer, MG Motor Europe, the new all-electric MG4 hatchback has received the highest possible five-star Euro NCAP (The European New Car Assessment Programme) safety rating. The European New Car Assessment Programme was established in 1996 and is a voluntary European initiative for evaluating the safety of new cars.  It […]

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These Four European Countries Have Set a 150 GW Offshore Wind Target

Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark signed an agreement in Esbjerg on 18 May to produce offshore wind energy and green hydrogen equivalent to 65 GW by 2030 and 150 GW by 2050. Declaring their intention of becoming the Green Power Plant of Europe, the joint agreement aims for a tenfold increase in offshore wind […]

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Greenko-Cockerill JV to build 2 GW green H2 electrolyser plant in India

Greenko ZeroC (GZC), a subsidiary of Greenko Group, an Indian clean-tech company, and John Cockerill, a Belgium-based designer and manufacturer of high-capacity alkaline electrolyzers, have agreed to together manufacture green hydrogen electrolyzers in the Indian sub-continent. The two companies will build a hydrogen electrolyser Gigafactory targeting capacity of two gigawatts which is aimed at substituting […]

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Belgian Company Develops ‘World’s 1st Offshore H2 Storage Concept’

Tractebel and its partner companies have developed the world’s first offshore infrastructure and processing facilities concept for the storage of hydrogen in offshore caverns, said the Belgium-headquartered consultancy and engineering services provider. The design study, unveiled by Tractebel Overdick GmbH’s offshore experts, seeks to present an innovative solution for large-scale hydrogen storage on the high […]

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Belgian Cabinet Agrees to Expand Key Offshore Wind Zone to 3.5 GW

The Belgian government has confirmed plans to expand the offshore wind capacity that will be made available in the Princess Elisabeth zone in the North Sea to up to 3.5 GW. The area was originally planned to host about 1.75 GW of offshore wind capacity. Covering an area of 281 sq km, Princess Elisabeth will […]

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New Research Accelerates Development of Organic Solar Cells

A team of researchers is working to replace heavy and expensive silicon solar cells currently being used in the solar industry with light and low-cost organic solar cells – made from materials and elements found in plants and animals – which could help in the battle against climate change. Most of today’s solar cells are made from […]

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