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Fourth Gas Leak at Nord Stream Found
Authority supervising the Swedish coastline has confirmed its findings while the US reaffirmed its support to its European allies
US Awards $24M to Advance Next-Gen Concentrating Solar-Thermal Power Tech
Five of the projects will focus on advancing industrial uses for this technology, specifically in the cement, hydrogen and chemicals sectors
Vestas Secures 185 MW Order in the USA
Vestas has received a 185 MW order to power an undisclosed wind farm in the USA. The order consists of 41 V150-4.5 MW wind turbines.
Canada’s Enbridge to Sell Oil Pipelines Stake to Indigenous Groups for C$1.12 Bln
Canada's Enbridge Inc will sell a C$1.12 billion minority stake in seven Alberta oil pipelines to a group of Indigenous communities, in North America's largest energy-related Aboriginal partnership.
France’s Totalenergies Plans to Spin off Canadian Oil Sands Assets
TotalEnergies said on Wednesday it is looking to spin off its Canadian oil sands operations and list the new company on the Toronto Stock Exchange, as the assets do not fit with the French oil major's low-emissions strategy.
Biden to US Oil Companies: ‘Bring Down Petrol Prices Now’
Crude prices have fallen in recent weeks on fears of a global economic slowdown.
Solar Power Plant
Enfinity Global to Acquire 400MW Solar Project Portfolio in US
The solar portfolio consists of 28 operational solar photovoltaic power plants.
Results Are in From New York’s First Utility-Scale Hydrogen Blending Test
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) said a recently completed demonstration showed reduced CO2 emissions when blending hydrogen with natural gas to generate power at NYPA’s Brentwood Small Clean Power Plant on Long Island.
Coal-Fired Power Plants
Converting Coal Power Plants to Nuclear Gains Steam
A U.S. Department of Energy report identifies over 300 coal plants that could be swapped over
Oil Prices Fall on Fuel Demand Fears Sparked by Recession Concerns
Oil prices fell for a second day on Monday on fears of lower fuel demand from an expected global recession.
US Launches $50M Programme to Advance Commercial Fusion
In order to bring fusion closer to commercial viability, the Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $50 million to launch a new milestone-based fusion development programme.
Vestas Secures 104 MW Order With Polimix Energia in Brazil
Polimix Energia Ltda has signed an agreement with Vestas for the supply and installation of 23 V150-4.5 MW wind turbines for the Mundo Novo wind farm located in São Miguel do Gostoso in the municipality of Rio Grande do Norte in the northeast of Brazil.
U.S. Senate Votes to Amend Global Treaty to Curb Climate-Warming Gas
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted 69-27 to ratify an amendment to the Montreal Protocol that would cut the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), a major greenhouse gas, in a key step towards combating climate change.
NREL Granted Patent for Marine Renewable Energy Technology
Scientists with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory have received a patent for a fledgling technology domain – distributed embedded energy converter technologies, or DEEC-Tec – that will be applied for marine energy converters.
U.S. EPA to Consider Tougher Emissions Rules for Heavy Trucks
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will consider adopting more stringent greenhouse gas emissions rules for heavy trucks after Congress passed new incentives to speed the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
Britain Has Exported More Power to EU Than Ever Before
Siemens Gamesa Will Cut Nearly 3,000 Jobs
German Economic Institutes See 2023 Contraction as Gas Crisis Hits
French Grid Operator RTE to Return More Than 1 Bln Euros to Clients
Australian State Unveils $40 Bln Clean Energy Plan to Slash Reliance on Coal
New VC Fund for Energy Transition Start-Ups in Europe