Italy’s Enel, Israel’s Brenmiller Inaugurate Rock-Based Storage System ‘TES’ in Italy

The largest utility in Italy Enel Group and Israeli firm Brenmiller Energy have set up an innovative, sustainable rock based energy storage system in Tuscany in Italy which is completely sustainable and capable of accelerating the energy transition. The integration of the thermal energy storage (TES) system with the existing power plant enables Enel and […]

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Apple Aims for Decarbonization by 2030

American multinational technology firm Apple has called on its global supply chain to look into the challenge of its greenhouse gas emissions and embrace the decarbonization route. On the Path of Decarbonization Apple, which is now aiming for decarbonization by 2030, will look into the operations of its major manufacturing partners so that the firm […]

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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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DIF Announces Investment In Qair – 1GW Global Renewables Platform

DIF Capital Partners (DIF) has announced that it will be investing in Qair through its Infrastructure VII fund. Qair is a French renewable energy platform. The objective of the investment is to step-up the growth and portfolio build out. Last week, DIF had also announced an investment into 5 renewable projects in Australia and Europe. […]

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USA’s Energy Harbor Announces Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership

USA’s clean energy generator Energy Harbor Corporation has announced joining forces with the University of Toledo, major industrial companies in the region, several DOE national laboratories and others to form a new industry-led coalition called the Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen (GLCH). The coalition is to transition the Midwest state of the USA into a leading […]

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Global Wind Turbine Order Intake Breaks Record in Q2

Strong activity in China has pushed global wind turbine order intake to 43 gigawatts (GW) in quarter two of 2022, a new record, and up 36% from year-ago levels. This equates to an estimated $18.1 billion, according to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie. With ambitious decarbonization targets, China aims to support an estimated average build […]

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Shell To Buy Solar Farm In UK From Renewable Developer Anesco

Global energy conglomerate Shell has announced that its working towards the purchase of four solar farm projects with a total capacity of 100MW that are currently being developed by Anesco. Located in North Wales, Chester, South Northamptonshire and North Lincolnshire, the sites have been developed by Anesco over the past 18 months and are currently […]

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In A First For The World, Auckland Ports Welcome a Full-Sized Electric Tugboat

In a moment that will go down in history, Ports of Auckland have become home to world’s first full-size, ship-handling electric tugboat named Sparky. This electrification is will save close to 465 tonnes of CO2 in diesel emissions every year. At the same time, the tug will help save big on operational cost since it […]

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US Offshore Wind Bids Worth $1.54 Billion; More to Come on Thursday

The United States of America is conducting an important auction for offshore wind energy beyond the coasts of New York and New Jersey. The auction has attracted a record $1.5 billion in bids until now and the exercise will continue on Thursday as well, as informed by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). […]

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