One of the fastest supercomputers in the world will run on 100% fossil free hydropower from Vattenfall.
CorPower Ocean has been awarded a 10-year TUPEM license, allowing the company to start the demonstration phase of its HiWave-5 wave project.
Equis – a leading renewable energy and waste infrastructure developer and operator in Asia-Pacific, has announced a US$1.25 billion capital raising.
In this newly created role, Mr Sinclair will help to develop opportunities in green and blue hydrogen, offshore wind and sustainable infrastructure.
René Peters, TNO and Chair of the North Sea Energy Program, the Netherlands, sets out the objectives for the PosHYdon pilot project, which will produce offshore green hydrogen to enable the North Sea’s energy transition from oil and gas to renewables.
The two companies are set to jointly develop a renewable hydrogen project at bp’s Lingen Refinery to reduce the refinery’s consumption of fossil-based hydrogen.
EMEC’s new project will see the combination of flow battery technology with tidal power to produce continuous green hydrogen.
Drax Power Station is evaluating Shell technology for one of the world’s largest carbon dioxide capture projects.
Shell Catalysts & Technologies launches the Shell Blue Hydrogen Process for affordable blue hydrogen production.