BASF has announced a €20 million investment in Quantafuel in order to promote a circular plastic economy.
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.
Neste has supplied Lufthansa with sustainable aviation fuel as part of the companies’ collaboration for sustainable aviation.
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.
Peel Environmental, working in partnership with Waste2Tricity, has submitted plans for a waste plastic to hydrogen facility at its 54-hectare Protos site near Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, UK, which would help reduce fossil fuel consumption and create jobs.
According to a new forecast of the energy transition by DNV GL, gas and variable renewables will be the only energy sources for which demand is higher in 2050 than today.
Foresight Group LLP has announced the acquisition of two large scale anaerobic digestion plants as part of the sale of Strutt & Parker Ltd.
ARENA has announced AUS$9.41 million in funding for the construction and operation of a hydrogen production facility in Munster, Western Australia.
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.
Eavor Technologies Inc. has developed a new geothermal energy solution, a project that uses existing oil and gas drilling technology from Alberta, Canada, to facilitate a an energy system known as ‘Eavor-Loop™’.
The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) has announced that the Detroit Zoo will be powered by 100% Michigan-made renewable energy through DTE Energy's MIGreenPower programme.