Shell has joined the Renewables for Subsea Power collaborative project, which is currently powering subsea equipment off the coast of Orkney through a combination of wave power and subsea energy storage.
Energy leaders recently met in Switzerland to hear about a series of technological upgrades made to hydropower plants across Europe to support the energy transition and secure the stability of the power grid.
Downing Renewables & Infrastructure Trust plc has acquired five hydropower plants located in Sweden with a combined expected annual average production of approximately 9 GWh.
The Hydrogen Council has announced Topsoe as its newest Board Member, and that Yoshinori Kanehana, Chairman of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd, has extended his Co-Chair term.
Jan De Nul Group and ABC Engines have announced a partnership for hybrid marine engines for cable-laying vessel, Fleeming Jenkin.
New statistics released by the Scottish Government reveal that renewable energy technologies generated the equivalent of 113% of Scotland’s overall electricity consumption in 2022.
TERNA S.A. has awarded ANDRITZ a contract for the supply of electromechanical equipment for the new Amfilochia pumped storage complex in the Central Greece region.
Lhyfe has announced that Sealhyfe’s operating results confirm that the initial objectives have been met and enable another step forward for the company.
OSSO has been awarded three individual contracts, which will see OSSO deploy its high-volume mud cooler technology to key geothermal projects within Europe.
Varme Energy is to building a waste-to-energy facility just outside of Edmonton that will transform 150 000 tpy of waste into usable energy.
Lhyfe and EDP renewables have signed a power purchase agreement, wherein Lhyfe will purchase renewable energy generated from a German solar farm owned by EDP.
Ormat Technologies has secured US$75 million from BHI to help fund the company’s acquisition of Enel Group’s US geothermal portfolio for US$271 million.
The latest funding round, led by Constellation Technology Ventures, with BlueScopeX and Thin Line Capital, will advance XGS Energy’s prototype and first commercial geothermal energy projects.