This investment will enable Leyline to identify and provide development-stage debt and equity to support renewable energy projects throughout the United States.
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WindPower Korea, EDP Renewables and Aker Solutions have formed a consortium with the ambition to develop an initial 500 MW floating wind farm off the coast of Ulsan, South Korea.
The fuel cell market is set to grow to US$7 billion by 2025, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights.
Relevant specialist knowledge and skills are vital to success in this growing industry. In this article, Lee Clarke, Dynama, US/EMEA, outlines three ways strategic workforce planning will help to boost competency while championing diversity and inclusivity in the sector.
IEA predicts that oil shale’s dominant role in Estonia’s energy mix is set to change substantially as the country moves towards a low-carbon future.
SoCalGas has awarded more than US$44 000 to the City of Corona, California, for the completion of a renewable natural gas project at its water and power facility.
In its International Energy Outlook 2019, the US Energy Information Administration projects that renewables will collectively increase to 49% of global electricity generation by 2050.
Equinor has agreed to sell a 25% ownership interest in the Arkona offshore wind farm to funds advised by Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners AG for a total amount of approximately €500 million.
Neste has supplied Lufthansa with sustainable aviation fuel as part of the companies’ collaboration for sustainable aviation.
Geoscientists from the University of Edinburgh have received funding from the EPSRC for a £1.4 million research project to investigate the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface.
Honeywell has announced that Diamond Green Diesel will use Honeywell UOP technology for its planned renewable diesel plant expansion.
Australian Gas Networks’ development application for the construction and operation of a AUS$11.4 million hydrogen production facility to produce renewable hydrogen has been approved by the South Australian Government.