Danish developer GreenGo Energy has applied for permission to build a 60GW hybrid wind and solar power project in Mauritania, Africa, with 35GW electrolysis capacity for green hydrogen production.
RES is seeking permitting approval for a wind project it intends to build in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Finland has announced plans for its next offshore wind tender targeting 3GW of offshore wind capacity in the Gulf of Bothnia, with more than 4GW to come in following tenders.
Nova Scotia has decided to focus on developing the regulatory framework for offshore wind in areas co-managed with the federal government, ahead of considering waters under its sole jurisdiction.
France has auctioned 931MW of new onshore wind capacity with 54 successful projects announced in its latest wind tender.
Vestas has secured orders for 500MW for two projects in the US, it has announced.
Electricity from a wind and solar project in Québec, Canada, will fuel the creation of 70,000 tonnes of green hydrogen annually, starting in 2028, its developers said.
The future of Dutch wind policy was thrown into turmoil last night following the shock victory of the far-right Party for Freedom (PVV), which won the most seats in the Netherlands general election.
Pineapple Power Corporation (PPC) is set to carry out a reverse takeover of Vancouver, BC-based Ilios Hydrogen Canada after agreeing non-binding terms to acquire outstanding shares in the company.
Enel plans to take a more selective approach to renewables investments as it looks to install 13.4GW of new clean energy capacity between 2024 and 2026, the Italian utility confirmed yesterday (22 November).
Saudi-listed ACWA Power has agreed to develop 500MW of renewable energy projects in Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan autonomous republic with Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) and State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR).
The UK and Germany have announced a partnership to expand the green hydrogen economy, which they say will play an “essential role” in meeting global energy needs and decarbonising industry.
The Netherlands and Belgium could become northwest Europe’s leading hydrogen import hubs but require new development in offshore wind, ports and infrastructure to achieve their joint target of 6.2Mt per year.
Fortescue Metals Group has reinforced its push into the hydrogen industry by forming a green energy investment accelerator platform.
The UK’s electricity regulator Ofgem has welcomed the government’s new ‘Connection Action Plan’ (CAP) as a route to speeding up renewable energy infrastructure in the country.
The European Parliament has included measures that would prevent single countries from dominating renewable energy supply chains in its adopted position on the planned Net-Zero Industry Act (NZIA).