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Rambler solar project will produce enough clean energy to power the equivalent of 40 000 homes.
New research from Wood Mackenzie indicates that 65GW of European onshore wind turbines will reach end-of-design-life by 2028.
Gevo has developed proprietary, breakthrough processes that convert either low-carbon isobutanol or low-value ‘fusel oils’ into renewable diesel.
Auckland’s electricity and water utility companies have announced a project to build New Zealand’s largest solar array in the heart of Auckland’s North Shore.
Swedish engineering company PetroBio has been commissioned to convert the energy production at the Dutch tomato grower Zonnekreek Tomato from natural gas to renewable bio energy.
Following the successful demonstration of performance and due diligence of its 2G ethanol technology, US-based Praj Industries is to commercialise its ‘enfinity’ technology.
Over 650 GW of new onshore and 130 GW of new offshore wind capacity will be installed between 2018 and 2028. This will consume in excess of 5.5 t of copper, according to new analysis by Wood Mackenzie.
Macquarie Group Ltd has targeted AUS$1 billion in its biggest capital raising to ramp up investment and take advantage of expected asset price growth in renewable energy, among other sectors.
The government of Canada is investing in clean power projects to try and stimulate local economies and curb pollution.
Tom Lindberg, Managing Director of ECOHZ, comments on trends in the European renewable energy market.