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Plans unveiled for hydrogen plant in UK
French hydrogen producer Lhyfe to establish 20MW production facility in northern England
Cadeler wins major contract on Baltica 2 offshore wind farm
Danish renewables specialist will install turbines on huge project in Polish Baltic Sea
US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
Prolectric unveils solar hybrid lighting tower
Unit makes debut at Executive Hire Show
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
5 of the biggest equipment rental stories in January
IRN looks back at the biggest news from January
Germany announces US$17 billion package to subsidise gas-to-hydrogen shift
Germany’s government will subsidise gas power plants that can switch to run on hydrogen to the tune of €16 billion (US$17 billion), it has announced.
The 6 project types China is expected to target under BRI
China is expected to focus on six types of projects as it grows engagement under its Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) this year.
Renewables developer aims for 750MW of energy projects in H1 2024
Renewable energy developer Queequeg Renewables is set to submit planning permission for more than a dozen renewable energy projects across the UK by the end of June this year.
The Blue Circle and Royal Group to develop ‘first wind project’ in Cambodia
The project will involve the development, financing, building, owning and operating of the wind farm
Interview: Coates diversifies with new HVAC & Power business
Coates Power & HVAC in Australia offers a range of custom-built equipment and end-to-end turnkey solutions
Aggreko makes solar power acquisition
UK-South African business specialises in fixed installations
UK government gives go-ahead for construction of multi-billion-pound carbon capture facility
The UK government has granted development consent for the construction of a major new, multi-billion-pound carbon capture and storage project.
EXG in marathon turbine blade move
A total of 168 wind turbine blades were moved in India by EXG
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development supporting wind energy projects in Poland
The EBRD’s financing will be complemented by equal co-financing from PKO Bank Polski
China’s US$7.7 billion renewables energy project
Project is expected to be completed in 2025
€200m solar farm proposed for Ireland
German energy company GP Joule unveils plans for 190MW facility in County Meath
Offshore specialists make progress on major German wind farm
Borkum Riffgrund 3 set to add close to 1GW to Germany’s renewables Capacity
Building inside mountains: Global demand for pumped hydroelectric storage soars
How mountain lakes are being used to store the world’s excess renewable energy
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