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The Diesel Technology Forum comments on US emissions reductions

According to the Diesel Technology Forum, states in the US that have enacted greenhouse gas emissions reduction programmes for the transportation sector, including low-carbon fuel requirements, are realising significant reductions in CO2 emissions.

Drilling commences for Tulu Moye Geothermal Project

Reykjavík Geothermal have announced the commencement of exploration drilling for the Tulu Moye Geothermal Project where three exploration wells will be drilled in the project area located in the Oromia Region, Ethiopia.


Nel and Kvaerner to develop green hydrogen projects

Nel ASA and Kværner ASA have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement. The companies will collaborate on specific green hydrogen projects and standardisation of solutions for large scale hydrogen production plants.

Glendale Water & Power to purchase geothermal energy

The Glendale City Council has adopted a resolution to enter into a set of long-term Power Sales Agreements (PSA's) with the Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA) to purchase geothermal energy.

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Wind surpasses hydro for electricity generation in US

U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has reported that wind is now the top renewable source of electricity generation in the US, with annual wind generation totalling 300 million MWh in 2019, exceeding hydroelectric generation by 26 million MWh.

SSE to help design UK smart city regeneration project

The £2 million Peterborough Integrated Renewables Infrastructure project scheme, which is being led by Peterborough Council, UK, will cut energy bills and provide green heat, electricity and transport for residents.

Pivot Power places UK energy storage order with Wärtsilä

Pivot Power, an EDF Renewables company specialising in battery storage and infrastructure for electric vehicle charging, has placed an order with technology group Wärtsilä to deliver 100 MW of energy storage in the UK.

Snam and SOCAR sign sustainable energy agreement

Snam and SOCAR have signed a cooperation agreement to study the development of renewable gases and use of sustainable energy, with a view to their delivery through the Southern Gas Corridor including Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) in the future.