Renewable Energy

ArcelorMittal invests USD 25M in TerraPower

TerraPower entered the nuclear energy arena because the company’s founders saw clean energy as the pathway to lift billions out of poverty.

NETL’s underground hydrogen storage research

Hydrogen (H2) molecules are the smallest molecules in the universe — one of many factors that present containment challenges for maintaining the integrity of underground H2 storage capabilities.

Jindal and Hygenco to install a Green Hydrogen Plant

Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Ltd has partnered with Hygenco India Private Limited to install a Green Hydrogen Plant.

bp signs an MoU with thyssenkrupp Steel

bp and thyssenkrupp Steel have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) focused on the development of a long-term supply of low carbon hydrogen and renewable power in steel production

Steeltec signs a partnership with Axpo Holding

Swiss Steel Group has reached another milestone on the road to decarbonization. Steeltec is now relying exclusively on Swiss hydropower to produce its special steels.

DNV assesses hydrogen readiness of Hungarian gas system

FGSZ Ltd has commissioned DNV to assess the suitability for partial to full hydrogen transport of one of FGSZ’s pipelines. The intention of this...

Polished pipes for largest solar park

In 2020, renewable generating capacity grew by 261-gigawatt hours, up 10.3 %, according to a new study by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Solar energy continues to lead this expansion with a growth of 127 GW

GEV completes ship specification engineering for C-H2

Global Energy Ventures has completed the ship specification engineering for its proposed 430-tonne pilot compressed hydrogen (C-H2) ship for review by a shipping regulator.

Saipem launches SUISO

Saipem launches SUISO, a technological solution for the production of green hydrogen thus confirming its commitment to support its clients in the energy transition. The trademark has been registered with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

John Stairmand paves way to net-zero carbon economy

Jacobs scientist Professor John Stairmand is to lead UK research into materials for new nuclear reactors capable of powering a carbon net-zero economy.