Sulzer to deploy advanced analytics solutions at two Atlantica solar plants

Sulzer is collaborating with Atlantica to install its BLUE BOX advanced analytics solution on the performance-critical pumps at two solar power plants.

Prompt coal exit on the cards for North Macedonia

The North Macedonian government has approved a national energy strategy, considering a coal phase-out before 2030.

Humans producing far more methane emissions than we thought

According to MIT Tech Review, a new study in Nature shows that humans are responsible for 25 to 40 per cent more of the total share of methane emissions than previously estimated.

IEA policy review commends Germany’s clean energy transition

The International Energy Agency has released its latest in-depth review of German energy policies, welcoming the country’s bold approach to its clean energy transition

£7.5m Secured for phase two of renewable hydrogen project Gigastack

The next phase of the renewable hydrogen project Gigastack has been awarded £7.5m ($9.8m) in funding.

UK invests £90m to reduce carbon emissions

UK households and businesses will benefit from £90m to cut carbon emissions, Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng has announced.
Valmet wins flue gas deal for Finland bioenergy plant

Valmet wins flue gas deal for Finland bioenergy plant

Valmet is to equip a bioenergy heating plant in its native Finland with a flue gas recovery system.

UK government backs world-first low carbon hydrogen projects

The UK Government has awarded £13m to fund two world-first hydrogen projects led by the HyNet consortium

Jeff Bezos launches $10bn ‘Earth Fund’ to fight climate change

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that he is launching the “Bezos Earth Fund" to preserve the planet

Electrification can slash transport, building & industry EU emissions says report

Electrification of the transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could slash greenhouse-gas emissions by 60 per cent between 2020 and 2050, according to...

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