Renewable Energy

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Jonathan Campion|Sep 16, 2020|magazine

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Hitachi scraps £16bn Welsh nuclear power station

Read NowThe company’s withdrawal from the Wylfa project blamed on the lack of UK government investment in new nuclear power

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EDF sells 50% stake in Brazil wind farms to Omega Geração

The Brazilian renewable energy company Omega Geração has agreed to acquire a 50% stake in EDF Renewables’ wind farms in the state of Bahia

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 24, 2020|magazine

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South Korea to invest $46bn in renewable energy by 2030

Research by energy consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie suggests that the share of renewable energy in the country could jump from 7% to almost 20%

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 21, 2020|magazine

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Wales’ first floating offshore wind project gets go-ahead

The Crown Estate has granted seabed leasing rights to the 96MW Erebus project, a joint venture between Total and Simply Blue Energy

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 20, 2020|magazine

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New York State offers $200mn for offshore wind project

The state’s government is in talks to transform Port Cortlandt, on the Hudson River, into an economic hub for offshore wind

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 19, 2020|magazine

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Lithium-ion gigafactory in Queensland gets go-ahead

Construction of the AUD$3 billion (£1.6bn) gigafactory in Townsville, Australia is to begin in January 2022

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 18, 2020|magazine

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AUS$2.17mn given to Alice Springs renewable energy project

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has provided funding for the Alice Springs Future Grid project, to help add more renewable energy to the city’s grid

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 17, 2020|magazine

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Biogas from cow manure used in National Grid for first time

Biomethane from a farm in Cambridgeshire has been added to the National Grid, thanks to work by the Murrow Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Plant

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 14, 2020|magazine

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International LNG project to launch in Cyprus

With American and Chinese involvement and a budget of €289mn (£261mn), the Cyprus LNG Import Terminal will be the country’s biggest ever energy pro

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 13, 2020|magazine

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Energy-storing smart bricks could provide lighting in houses

Researchers at Washington University in Missouri have developed ‘smart bricks’, which store energy like a battery and can be recharged.

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 12, 2020|magazine

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Microsoft tests hydrogen fuel cells to power US data centres

For two consecutive days the backup power source at the company’s centres in Utah was generated by a 250kW hydrogen fuel cell system.

Jonathan Campion
|Aug 11, 2020|magazine

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