carbon neutrality

Glass Maker Saint Gobain Strikes RE Deal For Operations in Spain

Worldwide light and sustainable construction giant Saint-Gobain has announced that the company has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Endesa in Spain for the supply of clean energy. Endesa is the top energy supplier in Spain. The official statement of Saint-Gobain held that the 11-year agreement will start in 2024 and will cover around […]

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Cummins to Build Gigawatt Electrolyzer Manufacturing Facility in Spain

The US-based power technology provider Cummins Inc. has said that it will soon start building its new gigawatt electrolyzer manufacturing plant in Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain to expanding the green hydrogen economy in Europe and globally. In 2021, Cummins had selected Spain as the site of a new proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer plant. Earlier […]

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L&T Looks to Invest Upto $2.5 Billion In Green Energy

Engineering conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is mulling to invest upto $2.5 billion in the coming three to four years and work throughout the value chain of green energy to create green assets. This may be aimed at realising water neutrality by 2035 and carbon neutrality by 2040. The L&T officials have revealed the fact […]

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Finland Plans For A National Hydrogen Network

The race to carbon neutrality continues apace, at least in some parts of Europe. While the accelerating solar and wind energy expansion is partly due tothe Russian-Ukraine conflict that has pushed Europe to reduce and possibly end its dependence on the fossil fuel supplies from Russia. In a key development, the Finland Government has held […]

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JERA Collaborates with West Corp. for 1GW Solar Power Production in Japan

The biggest power company of Japan, JERA and West Holdings Corporation, have reached a final agreement for developing solar power generation projects in Japan of about 1 GW. The official statement of JERA announces that the company has also concluded a share purchase agreement with a shareholder of West HD to acquire approximately 2.3% of […]

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Capgemini to Order Only Hybrid & EVs, Ends Pure Diesel/Petrol Orders

French IT company Capgemini has announced that it will now order only hybrid and electric cars and vans for its 12,000-vehicle company fleet, stopping with immediate effect the order of new pure diesel or petrol vehicles as part of its plans to transition to a fully electric fleet by 2030. The company aims to achieve […]

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Bengaluru Airport Becomes Net Energy Neutral, Saves 22 Lakh Units

On World Environment Day, Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) announced that the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru has achieved net energy neutral status in the fiscal year 2020-21. BIAL considers this one of its ambitious goals as it already set the target to become Net Energy Neutral by 2020-21. Even it claims to begin 2021-22 promisingly […]

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Is ‘Oil Miracle’ Middle East Now Seeking to Become a Hydrogen Capital?

In the wake of hydrogen, especially green hydrogen (produced through electrolysis using renewable energy), being posited as an ideal alternative to fossil fuels for producing electricity, the oil powerhouse Middle East has set out to become a major producer of the new clean fuel—green H2. Many oil-dependent economies within the OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum […]

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