Minecraft provides renewable energy lessons to youth during lockdown

EIT InnoEnergy has announced a new module within Minecraft to teach school-age players about renewables and sustainable energy.
Uniper and Siemens sign hydrogen development pact

Uniper and Siemens sign hydrogen development pact

Uniper and Siemens Gas and Power have today signed a sector coupling agreement which puts hydrogen at the heart of efforts to decarbonize power generation.

Renewable energy in the time of COVID-19

The immediate priority remains to save as many lives as possible, bring the health emergency under control and alleviate hardship.
Nuclear fusion

Lower-cost fusion projects receive $32m boost from US Department of Energy

The US Department of Energy has announced the winners of $32m in funding for 15 projects as part of the Breakthroughs Enabling THermonuclear-fusion Energy program.

Pandemic causes crucial delays for India’s solar projects

In India, around 2.3 GW of solar plants were expected to be commissioned from June to August 2020. However, the delivery of these projects has been impacted by the coronavirus.

Ørsted completes 338 MW wind project in Texas

Denmark-based Ørsted has announced the completion of its 338 MW Sage Draw Wind project in Texas, located in Garza and Lynn counties.

COVID-19: How to avoid supply chain bottlenecks in the wind turbine...

With operational wind turbines now a critical part of the global energy infrastructure, establishing an immediate approach to reduce the escalating supply chain bottlenecks caused by COVID-19 is imperative.

Landmark first fire of Siemens gas turbine at Duke Energy test...

Siemens Energy has successfully started up the first SGT6-9000HL gas turbine to kick off long-term testing phase in North Carolina.

UK: Renewables overtook coal in Q1 2020 partly due to lockdown

Renewables generated more electricity for the UK than any other main power source in the first three months of the year, and the nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19 looks to have helped.

ROSATOM to supply nuclear fuel components to ETRR-2 reactor in Egypt

The Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority has signed a ten-year contract with Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant (NCCP), an enterprise of ROSATOM’s TVEL Fuel Company, for the supply of low-enriched nuclear fuel components for the ETRR-2 research reactor.

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