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UK Govt Invests £700M in Sizewell C Nuclear Reactors

By [Energy Central] Dan Yurman UK Govt Invests £700M in Sizewell C Nuclear Reactors CEZ Gets Three Bidders for New Dukovany Nuclear Reactor ARC SMR Proposed for Green Energy Hub at Canadian Port Centrus Energy Inks HALEU Contract with DOE First Light Fusion Targets 60 MW Pilot Plant for Tritium Production UK Govt Invests £700M…

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…

Climate Risks & Large Corporations’ Disclosures

By [Energy Central] John Benson This is a really complex issue, but an October 28 Issue of Science had an article that I found clearly explained these risks as they apply to large corporation, especially in energy industries. Investors have known about climate change for decades. Yet it is only recently that several countries—including France,…

Green Hydrogen | Namibia

By [Energy Central] Charley Rattan Namibia is expected to produce and export low-cost derivatives of hydrogen, such as ammonia, methanol, synthetic kerosene, and hot-briquetted iron, to the markets of Europe, China, Japan and South Korea. Stay informed: Hydrogen Namibia https://energycentral.com/c/cp/namibian-green-hydrogen-investment-forum-paris .. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s…

Energy storage manufacturer EnerSys invests in 3.8-MW solar array at Pennsylvania HQ

By Kelsey Misbrener Correlate Infrastructure Partners has announced a solar project totaling 3.8 MW at EnerSys’s global headquarters in Pennsylvania. EnerSys is a global energy storage manufacturer helping to meet the growing demand for energy efficiency, reliability and sustainability. While the company’s products help address some of the world’s largest challenges, including the efficient and…

German wind sector braces for ‘excess proceeds’ levy

The German wind industry is concerned that Berlin’s plans to implement a levy on “excess proceeds” of renewable energy generators from tomorrow (1 December) will harm investment in the country, and argues some aspects of it might be illegal. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power News & Analysis RSS Feed

Siemens unit invests in li-ion battery maker KORE Power

By Renewable Energy World Idaho-based lithium-ion battery producer KORE Power said it closed on an initial $75 million tranche of a private placement anticipated to total $150 million. Siemens Financial Services was the lead investor. It was joined by Quanta Services, Nidec Motor Corp., Honeywell Ventures, Trog Hawley Capital and an unnamed utility-scale energy storage…

Thurrock council admits disastrous investments caused £500m deficit

By Patrick Butler Social policy editor Tory-led Essex authority is on brink of bankruptcy and has appealed to government for emergency bailoutA Tory-led council has admitted a series of disastrous investments in risky commercial projects caused it to run up an unprecedented deficit of nearly £500m and brought it to the brink of bankruptcy.The staggering…

Activate expands its solar-focused real estate portfolio

By Renewable Energy World Texas-based Activate Renewables, which acquires real estate and royalty interests in wind, solar and energy storage, said it closed on the purchase of a renewable energy real estate portfolio owned by Alchemy Renewable Energy. The portfolio consists of the real estate related to five solar projects located in North Carolina and…

Neue Runde im BMWK-Förderwettbewerb Energie-und Ressourceneffizienz

By Solarserver Unternehmen, die ihre CO2-Bilanz durch Investitionen in energie- und ressourcensparende Technologien verbessern möchten, können ab dem 1. Dezember 2022 wieder einen Förderantrag in der „Bundesförderung für Energie- und Ressourceneffizienz in der Wirtschaft – Förderwettbewerb“ stellen. Dann startet Runde 17. Foto: Duncan Andison / stock.adobe.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: RSS…

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