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California adopts offshore wind power goals of 25 GW by 2045

The Morro Bay Wind Energy Area covers about 276 square miles off the central California coast.The California Energy Commission (CEC) adopted a report establishing offshore wind goals that, state officials say, move California one step closer to development of wind energy off the state’s coast. Preliminary findings in the recently released report, Offshore Wind Energy … Continue reading California adopts offshore wind power goals of 25 GW by 2045

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Iberdrola starts construction of the 1,400 MW East Anglia Three offshore wind farm in the UK

The wind power plant will be part of a 3,300 MW macro-complex, called the East Anglia Hub, which will involve an investment of €7.7 billion. Iberdrola has begun construction in the UK of the East Anglia Three offshore wind farm, which will have a capacity of 1,400 megawatts (MW), enough to supply 1.3 million homes … Continue reading Iberdrola starts construction of the 1,400 MW East Anglia Three offshore wind farm in the UK

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RWE invests more than €5 billion in green technologies

New wind farms, solar plants and battery systems with an installed capacity of 1.2 gigawatts commissioned in the first half of 2022 – about 20% more electricity generated from renewables. RWE is actively forging ahead with the implementation of its Growing Green strategy. In the first half of 2022, the Group invested about €2 billion in the expansion … Continue reading RWE invests more than €5 billion in green technologies

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Siemens Gamesa will supply 70 MW of wind power following the first renewable energy auctions in the Philippines

14 wind turbines SG 5.0-145 to be supplied to Southeast Asia’s leading renewables developer and longstanding partner ACEN .Auctions introduced in the country to attract more investment in renewables at competitive pricesRenewables highlighted in the Philippines Renewable Energy Program for energy security, inclusive growth, and climate goals. Siemens Gamesa has secured a new deal with … Continue reading Siemens Gamesa will supply 70 MW of wind power following the first renewable energy auctions in the Philippines

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Newly Adopted Offshore Wind Goals from California Energy Commission Show State is Prepared to “Go Big” on Offshore Wind and Stand Up First-of-its-Kind Renewable Energy Industry on the West Coast

The state energy commission adopted new offshore wind planning goals of 2-5 GW by 2030 and 25 GW by 2045—the two targets recommended by clean energy companies and a coalition of environmental groups, labor, and environmental justice advocates. merican Clean Power-California (ACP-CA) released the statement below on behalf of Alex Jackson, Director of American Clean … Continue reading Newly Adopted Offshore Wind Goals from California Energy Commission Show State is Prepared to “Go Big” on Offshore Wind and Stand Up First-of-its-Kind Renewable Energy Industry on the West Coast

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Global sales of electric vehicles by country

In 2011, around 55,000 electric vehicles (EVs) were sold around the world. 10 years later in 2021, that figure had grown close to 7 million vehicles. With many countries getting plugged into electrification, the global EV market has seen exponential growth over the last decade. Using data from the International Energy Agency (IEA), this infographic … Continue reading Global sales of electric vehicles by country

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Green hydrogen has a leakage problem that may cancel out some of its climate gains

Hydrogen has emerged as the great white (or green) hope of the clean energy transition due to its potential use in decarbonising hard-to-abate industries like shipping, steel production, and even transport. These sectors are tricky to electrify. Cargo ships for example, can’t necessarily recharge battery supply in the middle of the ocean, and cutting emissions … Continue reading Green hydrogen has a leakage problem that may cancel out some of its climate gains

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Iberdrola starts up ‘Francisco Pizarro’, the largest photovoltaic plant in Europe

The plant will produce enough clean energy to power more than 334,000 homes and prevent the emission of 150,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. With an installed capacity of 590 MW and an investment of 300 million euros, its construction has generated more than 1,500 jobs. This renewable installation is the Iberdrola group’s largest photovoltaic … Continue reading Iberdrola starts up ‘Francisco Pizarro’, the largest photovoltaic plant in Europe

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Vestas to strengthen wind energy supply chain with sale of converters and controls business to KK Wind Solutions

Vestas continuously looks for partners that can support our strategic focus on our core business and help scale renewables efficiently in the long-term. To continue this development, Vestas has signed an agreement with KK Wind Solutions (KK) for the acquisition of Vestas’ converters and controls business, which includes Vestas’ three converters and control panels factories … Continue reading Vestas to strengthen wind energy supply chain with sale of converters and controls business to KK Wind Solutions

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Photovoltaic, concentrated solar ower and wind energy production in Europe

The combination of the fall in electricity demand, due to the beginning of the holiday period of August, and a higher wind and solar energy production favoured the decrease in the prices of the European electricity markets, despite registering a slight increase in gas prices and CO2 emission rights. Photovoltaic and solar thermoelectric energy production … Continue reading Photovoltaic, concentrated solar ower and wind energy production in Europe

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How E-mobility is Raising Environmental Awareness in Costa Rica

Jose Leon wanted to buy an electric car to save money on his daily fuel expenses. It was only after he started driving the car that he became more aware of his environmental responsibilities. “I have three children and I want them to live on a habitable planet. The electric car gives me a clear … Continue reading How E-mobility is Raising Environmental Awareness in Costa Rica

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Ørsted extends its 100% renewable electricity target to all suppliers

Ørsted has set a clear expectation towards all suppliers to use 100 % renewable electricity by 2025, becoming the first energy company in the world to do so. The commitment builds on learnings from Ørsted’s existing supply chain decarbonisation programme, first established in 2020, and supports the company’s industry-first science-based 2040 net-zero target. The company … Continue reading Ørsted extends its 100% renewable electricity target to all suppliers

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Danish wind power Vestas lost 884 million euros in the first half

Vestas, dedicated to the manufacture and sale of wind turbines, presented this Wednesday a net loss of 884 million euros in the first half. The result is explained by problems in the global supply chain, inflation, asset impairment losses and the costs derived from Vestas’ withdrawal from the Russian market due to the war in … Continue reading Danish wind power Vestas lost 884 million euros in the first half

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Colombia announces the first offshore wind energy tender

The Colombian Ministry of Mining and Energy has launched the country’s first offshore wind lease round and expects to grant permits for the use of marine areas in the second half of 2023. The Colombian government published a resolution early last week that establishes the rules, requirements and conditions for bidding procedures for marine areas, … Continue reading Colombia announces the first offshore wind energy tender

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Hong Kong Power to Seek Approval for Offshore Wind Farm

Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings Ltd. will submit an offshore wind project for approval as it seeks to capitalize on falling renewable energy costs and as surging prices of fossil fuels bite. CLP, one of the two main electricity generators in the city, will seek government consent for the project in a forthcoming development plan, Chief … Continue reading Hong Kong Power to Seek Approval for Offshore Wind Farm

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Green hydrogen plant to decarbonize UK’s largest freight port

The company will invest some 170 million euros in this facility, which will supply clean hydrogen to vehicles and machinery at the port of Felixtowe (England). The plant, which will be operational in 2026, will produce 14,000 tonnes of renewable H2 per year in the first phase and may double its capacity in the future. … Continue reading Green hydrogen plant to decarbonize UK’s largest freight port

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Iberdrola teams up with Minsait to detect fires in the vicinity of power lines

Iberdrola, through i-DE’s Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub (GSGIH), and Minsait are joining forces to fight fires. The Indra subsidiary is developing a solution that will enable the early detection of fires in the vicinity of power lines and alert i-DE’s Distribution Operation Centres, which will send the alarm to the Fire Brigade. To do … Continue reading Iberdrola teams up with Minsait to detect fires in the vicinity of power lines

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EIA: U.S. Sees 13 Percent Increase in Wind Power Production in 2020

In 2020, energy production in the United States fell by record amounts compared with 2019, mostly as a result of decreased economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Wyoming had the largest drop in total energy production among the states, decreasing by 1,264 trillion British thermal units, mostly due to decreased coal production. Seven states saw … Continue reading EIA: U.S. Sees 13 Percent Increase in Wind Power Production in 2020

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“Chào m?ng”, EGP Vietnam: a new company is born

We say welcome in the local language to our new EGP country: Vietnam. Business operations in this southeast Asian nation only began a few months ago, but we have already achieved some great results. In this interview, our Head of Business Development, Asia-Pacific region, Chung Gu Yoon, talks about the exciting challenges that lie ahead. … Continue reading “Chào m?ng”, EGP Vietnam: a new company is born

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Dominion Energy Receives Approval from Virginia 2,6 GW Offshore Wind Power Project

Up to $6 billion in fuel savings possible for customers during project’s first decade of operation, if ongoing commodity pressures continue Wind farm will generate enough clean, renewable energy to power up to 660,000 homes. Dominion Energy reached a major milestone in the development of the 2.6-gigawatt Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project by receiving … Continue reading Dominion Energy Receives Approval from Virginia 2,6 GW Offshore Wind Power Project

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