The Global Battery Alliance (GBA), a public-private coalition, has outlined ten guiding principles...
- 42 organisations agree with Global Battery Alliance sustainability principles
- EU awards €11m grant for 20MW electrolyser
- Phillips 66 and Renewable Energy Group cancel renewable diesel project
- The UK invests over £50m into clean energy projects in Africa
- Clean energy to power all new Welsh homes by 2025
42 organisations agree with Global Battery Alliance sustainability principles
The Global Battery Alliance (GBA), a public-private coalition, has outlined ten guiding principles to encourage the creation of a sustainable battery value chain by 2030.
EBRD and EU to offer financial guarantees for renewable energy
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed on a new €50m programme of financial guarantees with the European Union (EU) to improve renewable energy development in the EU Neighbourhood regions.
Solar PV capacity additions in China fell by 32% in 2019
Annual capacity additions for solar PV in China in 2019 were significantly lower at 30.1GW compared with 44GW in 2018.
Partners Group to acquire stake in renewable energy developer VSB
Global private market investment manager Partners Group is set to acquire an 80% stake in renewable energy project developer VSB Group on behalf of its clients.
EU awards €11m grant for 20MW electrolyser
Chemicals company Nouryon, gas transport specialist Gasunie and four other partners have secured an €11m grant from the EU for their proposed green hydrogen project. The 20MW electrolyser, to be built in Delfzijl, the Netherlands aims to cut carbon emissions.
Phillips 66 and Renewable Energy Group cancel renewable diesel project
Energy manufacturing company Phillips 66 and international fuel producer Renewable Energy Group (REG) have cancelled construction of a large-scale renewable diesel plant in Ferndale, Washington. Had the 250 million gallon per-year plant been built, it would have been the largest renewable diesel refinery on the US West Coast.
The UK invests over £50m into clean energy projects in Africa
The UK Government has announced investments worth over £50m into innovative, clean technology as the UK works with African countries to develop sustainable energy sources.
Seaway 7 installs first turbine foundation at Triton Knoll Wind Farm
The renewables and heavy lifting business unit of Subsea 7, Seaway 7 has installed the first turbine monopile foundation at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm in the UK.
CIT grants $200m for Clearway’s solar energy portfolio in US
Financial holding company CIT Group’s Power and Energy unit has arranged approximately $200m in funding on behalf of Clearway Energy Group for a portfolio of community solar projects in four US states.
Clean energy to power all new Welsh homes by 2025
The Welsh Government has proposed that all new homes should be heated and powered by clean energy sources by 2025. The proposals, put forward by housing minister Julie James, aim for houses in Wales to be more energy- and cost-efficient and to reduce carbon emissions to meet Wales’ climate targets.
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