Hydrogen for power generation needs $800bn investment says BNEF

Hydrogen for power needs nearly $800bn investment says BNEF

Carbon-free hydrogen production could significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions in power generation and manufacturing, but it will require a mammoth and long-term financial commitment to become cost competitive.

MG supplies 100 EV’s to UK’s NHS for coronavirus efforts

MG Motor UK is supplying up to 100 of it's MG ZS cars to NHS agencies across the UK free-of-charge for up to six months to support the national effort to overcome COVID-19

Iberdrola to boost floating offshore wind in Europe

Iberdrola will lead a consortium to install a floating turbine in excess of 10 MW in Norway, and is close to joining a further demonstration project in Spain.

Live webinar series – COVID-19: Utility Crisis Management

Join this live virtual discussion where we bring you the best insights from key utilities around the world who have dealt with or are dealing with the challenge of keeping services operational in an age of social distancing and isolation.

Ansaldo Energia sanitizing production sites in prep for post-coronavirus return

Ansaldo Energia has completed sanitizing its plants and getting ready for an eventual return to operations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic's devastating impact.
Statkraft stalls hydro and wind projects due to coronavirus

Statkraft stalls hydro and wind projects due to coronavirus

Norwegian energy company Statkraft has put three construction projects on hold due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Captured CO2 and green hydrogen to produce carbon neutral fuel

A consortium will produce liquid, carbon neutral fuel from captured carbon dioxide and green hydrogen at a new facility in Sweden.

HANNOVER MESSE cancelled due to pandemic related restrictions

HANNOVER MESSE cannot take place this year due to the increasingly critical situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

A successful assembly rehearsal for the world’s largest tokamak

DYNAMIC SNC has taken a decisive step in the delivery of the ITER development contract by completing a successful ‘dry run’ of the project’s impressive upending tool.

Good news for European renewables in 2020

The growth in renewable energy demand outpaced renewable energy supply in 2019, according to new statistics from the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB)

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