Green Renewable Energy

$70m KCA hydrogen plant

A PROPOSED new $70m hydrogen plant is being touted as a possible alternative source for 10 per cent of Kimberly-Clark’s energy requirements, according to a document obtained by The Border Watch. The document, a briefing paper about the proposed plant, includes the logos of Kimberly-Clark Australia (KCA) and PhosEnergy (PEL) …

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Hydrogen pioneer Arcola acquired in $40m deal

A hydrogen-powered lorry operated by Glasgow City Council Hydrogen fuel pioneer Arcola Energy, which was one of the first occupants at the Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc in Dundee, has been acquired by a Canadian company. Arcola has agreed a cash and shares offer from Nasdaq-listed Ballard Power Systems worth up …

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COP26 kicks off in Glasgow this week at a critical time

The IEA at COP26 The COP26 Climate Change Conference has just begun in Glasgow – a critical opportunity for countries to make progress on their plans to reduce emissions. The energy sector is responsible for around three-quarters of greenhouse gas emissions from human activity, and the IEA will be actively …

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African Wind Body launched to scale up Green Energy

he Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has launched a wind body in Africa to help accelerate green energy development across the continent. Africa WindPower (AWP) offers a platform for dialogue between the wind industry and government stakeholders, with the ultimate goal of scaling up wind project development and deployment in the continent. …

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Orbital Marine Power to Upscale its Floating Tidal Power

The O2 turbine, recently deployed offshore Scotland by Orbital Marine Power, will be the basis for the commercialization of floating tidal power plant technology and its integration with wind power, batteries, and hydrogen production. The company from Scottland is at the helm of an EU-backed consortium of companies and scientific …

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