Siemens, the Free State of Saxony and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft have signed a memorandum of understanding in Görlitz, Germany, to strengthen this location over the long term and support the structural transformation of Germany’s Lusatia region.
Haldor Topsoe will build a 10 kg/hour methanol plant to demonstrate the company’s eSMR Methanol™ technology for the production of sustainable methanol from biogas.
Velocys, the renewable fuels technology company, has announced that it has secured £7 million (gross) by way of a placing.
TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has joined an EMPIR research consortium which aims to improve the accuracy and durability of commercially available meters for renewable gases.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC) announced on July 1 that it had become the first Korean company to receive the ‘Type Certificate’ for its 5.56 W offshore wind power system.
According to BBC News, Northern Ireland's Utility Regulator has started a review of how the electricity grid operator is run.
Despite billion-dollar financings of solar in Dubai and offshore wind in Taiwan, clean energy investment is down, BloombergNEF reports.
Global wind power capacity additions are expected to sit at an annual average of 71 GW from 2019–2023 and 76 GW from 2024–2028, according to analysis from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables.
BP’s solar subsidiary is on the hunt for Britain’s shiniest grass to help make the most of new double-sided solar panels that can harness light reflected off the ground, The Guardian has reported.
Narsingh Chaudhary, Black & Veatch's newly-appointed Executive Vice President, Asia Power Business, discusses bringing focus to integrated conventional, renewable, distributed generation and the power grid.
Forbes has reported that renewable energy sources have surpassed coal for the first time in the US since the inception of the US electrical power system in the nation’s monthly electricity generation mix.
Jaguar Land Rover is investing hundreds of millions of pounds to build a range of electric vehicles at its Castle Bromwich plant in Birmingham, BBC News reports.