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INEOS launches hydrogen pilot project in Belgium

For the first time in Belgium, hydrogen will be used in a commercial scale cogeneration plant designed to generate electricity and heat from natural gas.
Moon Dog brewery in Australia is making use of rooftop solar to power their brewery.

Australian brewery reduces carbon footprint with rooftop solar

Moon Dog selected Energis to design a solar system that would reduce their reliance on the grid and lower their energy costs.

Siemens Energy to supply F-class gas turbines to Chinese CHP project

Siemens Energy will provide F-class gas turbine island equipment for the Zhaoqing Dinghu Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation project.

Innovative hydrogen waste heat research aims to cut carbon emissions

The project aims to develop a new way of recovering waste heat from industry and decarbonise heating and cooling through new hydrogen technologies.
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ExxonMobil launches business to commercialize carbon capture tech

ExxonMobil has announced the creation of a new business to commercialise its extensive low-carbon technology portfolio.
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GE completes coal-to-gas conversion at 661MW plant in China

GE has announced the start of commercial operation for the Junliangcheng combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Tianjin City, mainland China.
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DNV GL boosts energy transition ambitions with US acquisition

DNV GL has acquired US-based engineering consultancy Energy and Resource Solutions as part of the company's efforts to accelerate the energy transition for its customers.
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AFC Energy and Ricardo use hydrogen to decarbonise transport

AFC Energy and Ricardo will create hydrogen fuel cell products and service offerings aimed at decarbonising the transport sector.
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Consortium receives €5m to investigate offshore hydrogen production

The funding will be used to investigate combining an offshore wind turbine directly with an electrolyser and transporting renewable hydrogen to shore.

Programme to decarbonise Scottish industry gets £1.23m from government

NECCUS has had a £1.23 million programme approved by the UK Government for plans to decarbonise large sections of Scotland’s industry.

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