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Air Liquide signed a power purchase agreement with TotalEnergies for the supply of renewable energy to power the firm's operations in Belgium

Air Liquide to power Belgian operations with TotalEnergies PPA

Air Liquide signed a power purchase agreement with TotalEnergies for the supply of renewable energy to power the firm's operations in Belgium

EIB and Hydrogen Europe partner to drive green financing

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Hydrogen Europe have signed an agreement for consultancy services.
Ansaldo Energia

Ansaldo Energia lays foundation for German thermoelectric plant

The foundation laying ceremony of the Irsching 6 thermoelectric plant of which Ansaldo Energia is the EPC contractor took place in Germany.

MAN Energy Solutions and ANDRITZ Hydro partner on hydrogen pilots

MAN Energy Solutions and ANDRITZ Hydro have agreed to jointly develop international projects for the production of green hydrogen from hydropower.
solar

Equinor’s first offshore floating solar plant to use Nexans cable

Equinor has awarded Nexans the contract to supply power export cable for its floating solar pilot offshore Frøya in Norway.
net metering and solar

Changes to solar compensation put California’s clean energy goals at risk

A new report highlights the impacts of changes to the current net metering setup could have on solar energy rollout in California.
Oregon State Governor signing the renewable energy bill into law

Oregon enacts 2040 renewables target into law

The state of Oregon has become the eighth state in the United States to enact a renewable energy commitment into law.
Air Liquide signed a power purchase agreement with TotalEnergies for the supply of renewable energy to power the firm's operations in Belgium

Lack of infrastructure to hinder Biden’s 2030 offshore wind target

Although the US market for offshore wind energy will grow owing to a number of factors including supporting regulation through 2030, the sector is likely to miss the target set by President Biden, according to a new report released by IHS Markit.

Orbital’s tidal turbine starts exporting clean power

Orbital Marine Power’s O2, touted as being the world’s most powerful tidal turbine, has commenced grid connected power generation at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney.
rooftop solar

C&I rooftop solar capacity in India to grow by 47% in...

Commercial and industrial consumers in India are set to increase the installation of rooftop solar energy by 47% in 2021 compared to 2020

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