French multinational energy firm ENGIE has managed to produce renewable gas in a world's first using solid non-recyclable waste.
Emissions & Environment
Iberdrola group has launched a new Startup Challenge, in search of competitive and innovative decarbonisation solutions.
Hydrogen-metal and graphene systems offer the prospect of new sources for clean energy generation and storage.
Framatome has signed an agreement with Wrocław University of Science and Technology to develop training programmes for the next generation of nuclear energy professionals.
In December 2020, European leaders agreed to increased climate ambition with a 2030 emissions reduction target of 55%.
The Scottish Government has awarded EMEC with a contract to explore opportunities for floating offshore wind and hydrogen supply chains.
Sumitomo Electric Industries has been awarded a contract by 50Hertz to replace part of the Germany-Denmark Interconnector.
Uniper and the Port of Rotterdam Authority are investigating the possibilities of large-scale production of green hydrogen at the Maasvlakte area in Rotterdam.
The number of planned hydrogen projects across Europe is almost double that of current operational projects, according to research by DLA Piper.