Renewables

News and related information about the increased use of renewables and renewable energy sources. This will include details of the energy transition or green transition, green economy and the inclusion solar PV, wind power, hydroelectric energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, biomass, geothermal power and other forms of energy such as tides (tidal) and hot hydrogen fusion into the energy mix. This section will cover policy and regulation around renewables such as the Green Deal, investment news and new technology such as floating solar farms and hybrid renewable solutions. Renewable assets, data analysis of these assets and investment opportunities in the sector will be highlighted.

BASF and RWE partner on new climate-friendly technology

German-based companies BASF and RWE are collaborating on a plan to make industrial production more sustainable and future-proof.
Adani Green Energy

Adani Green Energy signs India’s largest renewables acquisition deal

Adani Green Energy, SBG and Bharti Group sign the largest clean energy merger and acquisition agreement ever to be signed in India.
green hydrogen

New alliance to reduce Los Angeles’ green hydrogen costs at scale

A new initiative has been launched to reduce the costs of green hydrogen for industry and energy sectors in Los Angeles.

New substation to connect Iberdrola’s Baltic wind farm with German grid

Iberdrola's Baltic Eagle wind farm project will be connected to German grid after the signing of a deal for the construction of a substation.
low carbon

Low Carbon Hub secures funding for UKs largest community solar project

Low Carbon Hub will be constructing what is claimed to be the largest community-owned solar park, a 19.2MWp project.

More renewables for Italy’s grid with Siemens Energy stabilisation systems

Terna has ordered two static synchronous compensator systems from Siemens Energy to boost grid stabilisation as the country moves away from conventional power.
solar farm

Net zero emissions by 2050 possible but pathway narrow, says IEA

The International Energy Agency has released a 2050 net zero emissions roadmap for the global energy sector.

New standards to improve automated wind turbine inspection

Automating the inspection of wind turbines using drones has emerged over the past years but still needs wider acceptance by industry
microgrid

Thailand’s largest private-owned microgrid announced

Thai energy company Impact Solar has announced that it is developing Thailand's largest private-owned microgrid in Sriracha.
floating solar

Portugal approves construction of 7GWh floating solar farm

EDP secured approval to construct a floating solar energy farm in the Alqueva dam reservoir following a successful pilot of the technology.

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