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Jennifer M. Granholm Sworn in as 16th Secretary of Energy
Jennifer M. Granholm was sworn in today as the 16th Secretary of Energy by Vice President Kamala Harris, following a broad bipartisan confirmation vote of 64-35 in the United States Senate.
Plans for UK Coal Mine Suspended After Criticism of Net Zero Commitment
Plans to build the UK’s first deep coal mine in 30 years have been suspended after the UK government was accused of “rank hypocrisy” for greenlighting the project while seeking to lead on climate action.
Energy Storage Battery
Grid Connected Battery Storage being Installed in Uruguay
One of the first grid-connected battery storage systems is to be integrated in Uruguay’s electricity system.
Wind Turbine Blade
Siemens Gamesa Places Brazil Blade Order
Contract with Aeris equates to 3800MW of wind capacity
Fisker and Foxconn to Collaborate on EV Project; Start of Production of Project PEAR in Q4 2023
Fisker Inc. has entered into a MOU with Hon Hai Technology Group supporting a project to develop a breakthrough electric vehicle.
Rejoining Paris Pact Signals U.S. Ready To Jump Aboard Hydrogen Express
The decision by the Biden administration to rejoin the Paris agreement will likely provide a boost to the creation of a robust hydrogen fuel industry in the U.S., with the potential of providing an abundant supply of carbon-free fuel.
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Advances Efforts to License BWRX-300 Small Modular Reactor
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy today announced that it continues to make significant progress in its efforts to license the BWRX-300 small modular reactor in the U.S.
Geothermal Power Plant
Geothermal Plant for Dominica by 2022
Citizens of Dominica will soon reap the benefits of a new geothermal plant expected to be constructed in 2022.
SNC-Lavalin Hired to Turn Old Dams in Pennsylvania Into Hydropower Stations
It has 14 similar projects in other states in its pipeline.
Mexican Electricity Reform Approved for Final Vote
Mexico's lower house approved an electricity reform bill that seeks to strengthen state power company CFE's market position, clearing the way for a final vote in the senate.
Net Zero Emission
Biden says U.S., Canada to Work Toward Achieving Net Zero Emissions by 2050
U.S. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that he and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau agreed to work toward achieving net zero emissions by 2050.
Energy Storage Battery
Shanghai Electric and Pacific Green to Manufacture Battery Storage Systems
Shanghai Electric Guoxuan New Energy Technology has signed a memorandum of understanding with Pacific Green Technologies for the manufacturing of battery energy storage systems.
Green Hydrogen Export Hub Planned for Northeast Brazil
Australian renewable energy company Enegix Energy is partnering with Ceará state government on the development of Brazil’s first major green hydrogen project.
Shell Delays US Offshore Production Start ups
Shell has delayed the startup of the PowerNap and Vito deepwater projects in the US Gulf of Mexico because of Covid-19-related issues.
Texas Refineries Restarting After Power Loss
Texas refineries reported restarting units shut last week after subfreezing temperatures and a power crisis abruptly cut 28pc of US crude processing capacity.
Brookfield 'at a Crossroads' on Whether to Sell Westinghouse
Green Genius to Invest over 100 mln Euros in Solar Energy in Poland
CSIRO Receives $1 Million in Funding for Hydrogen Refueling Station As Part of VH2
S Africa's Exxaro to Halt Further Coal Investments
US Renewables Trade Group Formally Launches
AFRICA: Highview Power Raises $70m for Renewable Energy Storage