Daily Archives: December 2, 2022

Green ammonia import terminal to be developed at Port of Hamburg

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Industrial gas supplier Air Products and Mabanaft’s Oiltanking Deutschland have signed a joint development agreement for green ammonia import and distribution infrastructure in the Port of Hamburg. Join: Ammonia and Hydrogen https://energycentral.com/c/cp/green-hydrogen-ammonia-daures-namibia Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy…

How Fast Will Fusion’s Promise Come True?

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman How Fast Will Fusion’s Promise Come True? According to the 2022 report of the Fusion Industry Association (FIA), there are three dozen fusion energy startups which in total are attracting billions of dollars in investor commitments. Clearly, people who are very smart, and have a lot of money to put…

Why Are We Trying to Replicate the Gas Station Experience for EVs?

By [Energy Central] Benoit Marcoux “Gas station” charging is the most expensive way to charge in an ecosystem that is very price sensitive (like gasoline). Nevertheless, “gas station” charging is crucial in some situations. But it’s also a last resort, used as infrequently as possible. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy…

BMW is now building small-series of iX5 Hydrogen model

By Blagojce Krivevski The BMW Group is commencing production of its BMW iX5 Hydrogen model. Manufacture of the small-series hydrogen-powered vehicle is taking place in the pilot plant at its Munich Research and Innovation Centre (FIZ). The BMW iX5 Hydrogen has already completed an intensive programme of testing under demanding conditions during the development phase…

Commerce ruling will impact solar industry for years to come, SEIA warns

By David Wagman The Commerce Department just handed the U.S. solar industry a lump of coal as a holiday gift. In a preliminary finding issued December 1, the Enforcement and Compliance arm of the International Trade Administration found that imports of certain crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells, whether or not assembled into modules (solar cells and…

Will EPA’s plan for broadened biofuels delay EV adoption?

By [email protected] (Bengt Halvorson) The EPA is preparing to set new standards that broaden biofuels incentives and could provide cleaner electricity for EV charging. But the proposal faces criticism from some environmental groups who claim it inadvertently supports the market for internal combustion engines instead. The agency on Thursday released proposed Renewable Fuel Standard… Read…

Why now is the time to transition into utility scale solar

By David Sanchez The transition to utility scale solar is a significant environmental issue facing society today. Solar energy is one of the most environmentally friendly technologies available with an almost unlimited potential to reduce greenhouse gasses and lower the consumption of fossil fuels. The path to utility scale solar is discussed here by David…

Eni to buy wind and solar developer PLT

Italian oil and gas group Eni’s retail power and renewable energy unit Plenitude has signed a deal to acquire Italian wind energy developer and operator PLT, in a transaction that will boost its Italian onshore wind capacity and give it a foothold in Spain. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power News…

© 2014 RenewaNews