The companies will be working together to produce hydrogen, ammonia and chemicals from renewable feedstock.
Enegix Energy has commissioned Black & Veatch to undertake feasibility studies for the development of a 600 million kg/yr green hydrogen generation facility in Brazil.
Marine Power Systems has appointed LOC to support its offshore energy generation technology, which can be configured to harness wind and wave energy at grid scale.
The availability of green hydrogen and renewable power is expected to drive further sustainable industrialisation of the port, including production of fertilizers, green steel, chemicals, fuels, and other sustainably manufactured industrial products.
Haldor Topsoe’s solid oxide electrolyser cells will generate the green hydrogen needed to produce 300 tpd of green ammonia at Aquamarine’s large scale facility.
The Renewable Hydrogen Workstream aims to develop market and business intelligence on renewable hydrogen and solar-to-hydrogen and accelerate the reduction in electrolysis costs.
Thordon Bearings has appointed Millstream Engineering as both a distributor and provider of mechanical support for its portfolio of hydropower assets.
IRENA’s World Energy Transitions Outlook discusses the strategies required to reach carbon-neutrality, and proposes a renewables-driven pathway.
The two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim of developing and building ocean energy farms.
As part of the strategic framework agreement, Fugro will support dCarbonX with consultancy services and provide critical information to characterise sites.
The agreement will see the companies work together on renewable energy projects across the Middle East and Asia.
The report discusses Turkey’s efforts to diversify its renewables capacity, and highlights that the country needs to consider its longer-term emissions trajectory.