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First Green Hydrogen for Vehicles in Chile
Anglo American has launched the first green hydrogen fuelling station for zero-emission vehicles at its copper business in Chile.
Kiewit to Build First U.S-Made Offshore Substation
Ørsted and Eversource have announced the commencement of the first American-built offshore wind substation, which will be deployed at the developers’ South Fork Wind project serving New York’s Long Island.
DNV Targets Earthquake Risk for Wind Farms
Recommended practice published after 18-month project that aims to reduce liabilities in seismic conditions
Wind Power Project
NM Wind Project of Historic Size Nearly Complete
Renewable power developer Pattern Energy is nearing completion of a mammoth wind project in east central New Mexico that, once fully operational in December, will constitute the largest single-phase renewable energy build-out in U.S. history.
Major Ohio Hydrogen Plant Moves into Startup Phase
A project that has transformed a former aluminium smelter on the banks of the Ohio River in the US into a major 485MW facility that will run on carbon-free hydrogen has moved into its startup phase.
Ukrainian President Zelensky to Meet President Biden at White House
US President Joe Biden will meet today in the White House with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky.
Mexico’s Pemex Struggles To Restore Oil Output Lost After Fatal Fire
Mexico’s state-owned oil firm Pemex has restored part of the oil production suspended after Sunday’s fatal fire that killed seven people,
Ecuador to Spend $80 mln on Thermal Power Stations as Erosion Threatens Hydro Plant
The company is also spending $100 million in structures to prevent the Coca River - which has been violently eroding its bed since a 130-meter waterfall in the Amazon region collapsed in February 2020
RWE’s U.S. Cassadaga Onshore Wind Farm in Operation
RWE Renewables has started commercial operation on its 125 megawatt onshore Cassadaga Wind Farm.
Biden Urged to Take 'Emergency' Measures to Save Nuclear Plants
Separately, Exelon said its Illinois nuclear fleet, including Byron and Dresden, operated at full power levels during the hottest July on record.
Decommissioning Progresses Apace at Oyster Creek and Pilgrim
Holtec Decommissioning International - a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holtec International - has announced decommissioning progress at the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant in New Jersey and the Pilgrim plant in Massachusetts.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Symbio Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems to Enter the US Market
Symbio, a Faurecia and Michelin joint venture, is taking its hydrogen fuel cell stack systems overseas to the US market.
Energy Storage System
Tesla Files to Become an Electricity Provider in Texas
Tesla filed an application with the Texas Public Utility Commission to sell electricity in the state.
Waste-to-Hydrogen Plant to Produce 2,000 tonnes of Hydrogen Annually in California
Up to 99.9 tonnes of organic waste is set to be converted into 2,000 metric tonnes of green hydrogen annually at a new site in Richmond, California as soon as summer 2022.
Nuclear Power Plant
Argentina Reveals Its Nuclear New Build Plans
Construction of a Hualong One unit could begin at Atucha as soon as next year.
Belgium’s Parkwind Secures Funding for German Floating Wind Farm
World Bank Approves Loan for Hydropower Plant in Indonesia
Octopus to Acquire 181MW Oz Project from RES
UAE and South Korea in Talks to Deepen Trade Ties
National Grid Acquisition of PPL WPD Investments Approved by CMA
Abu Dhabi’s Taqa Looks to Sell UK, Dutch Oil and Gas Assets