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Largest green hydrogen plant in EU to be built by Shell

Largest green hydrogen plant in EU to be built by Shell Shell has said its scheduled plans to construct what it claims will be EU’s biggest renewable hydrogen plant once functioning in 2025. The Holland Hydrogen I plant will hold a 200MW electrolyser and create 60,000kg of green hydrogen every day. Based in the port…
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China and EU could take over UK on meat substitutes

China and EU could take over UK on meat substitutes The UK faces possible danger of falling behind China and the EU in making and selling meat substitutes and other alternative proteins. That’s according to the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think tank which suggests the UK alternative protein policy remains underdeveloped and underfunded. An SMF…
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The “Tesla of boats” is now coming to The Netherlands

The “Tesla of boats” is now coming to The Netherlands: Candela’s revolutionary, electric boats are now coming to the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, thanks to an exclusive partnership with the leading electric boat reseller The Greenwave. Try them out at the ZEBS boat show in Goes, Zeeland, between April 27-May 1. The Swedish-made Candela C-8…
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In 2021, France will continue to be Europe’s largest electricity exporter

In 2021, France will continue to be Europe’s largest electricity exporter:  Despite the significant volatility in the energy market and the increasing gas prices that affected Europe hard last year, France remained the continent’s largest power exporter. According to recent analysis from energy data analyst EnAppSys, France’s overall net exports amounted to 21.5TWh, with the…
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How did the UK manage to double its gas exports in the midst of an energy crisis?

How did the UK manage to double its gas exports in the midst of an energy crisis?: According to government figures, the UK exported exceptionally high volumes of gas during the energy crisis, when gas price increases overwhelmed dozens of energy companies. Gas exports were treble the levels of near-record lows witnessed in 2020 in…
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Shell commissions Anesco to complete 56MW of Dutch solar projects

Shell commissions Anesco to complete 56MW of Dutch solar projects: Anesco completes 56MW Dutch solar projects for ShellReading-based renewable firm Anesco has finished construction on three solar farms in the Netherlands for Shell. A 12MW farm in the country’s northeast, a 14MW farm in the province of Friesland, and a 30MW installation in the province…
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SSE Renewables hopes to be part of Dutch offshore wind

SSE Renewables hopes to be part of Dutch offshore wind: SSE Renewables has revealed plans to participate in the approaching Dutch offshore wind tender. The tendering procedure that will happen in the 1st six months of 2022 will be for the 1.4GW Hollandse Kust (west) Wind Farm Zone based in the Netherlands. The Dutch Government…
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Green hydrogen plant at port moving forward by Shell

Green hydrogen plant at port moving forward by Shell : Shell has chosen the German firm thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers to design, procure, and build a 200MW electrolysis factory. The project will be developed in the Dutch port of Rotterdam, with production set to begin in 2024. Sustainable hydrogenwill be manufactured for industrial clusters and…
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Shell acquires a solar and energy storage firm in the US

Shell acquires a solar and energy storage firm in the US: Savion LLC, a US developer of solar and energy storage projects, has been acquired by Royal Dutch Shell from Macquarie’s Green Investment Group. The move aims to expand Savion’s solar portfolio, as the company currently has more than 18GW of solar power and battery…
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20% of greenhouse gas emissions derive from carbon prices

20% of greenhouse gas emissions derive from carbon prices In recent statistics, the World bank stated, that carbon prices now hold accountability for over 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions. This is caused by a total of 64 carbon pricing instruments that are now in opera\tion worldwide. This new data suggests that that the cabon…
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