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Sweden should strengthen transmission grid to unlock power industry’s full potential, finds GlobalData

The rise in electricity prices has caused financial distress for transmission and distribution companies in Sweden, and for the population in general. Amidst the on-going energy crisis, the country should look to strengthen its transmission grid infrastructure in order to unlock the power industry’s full potential, a new report finds. read more

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International energy industry unites towards “Maximum Energy, Minimum Emissions” at record-breaking ADIPEC 2022

ADIPEC 2022, the world’s most inclusive energy conference and exhibition, concluded with a record attendance of more than 160,000 energy professionals from 160+ countries who gathered in Abu Dhabi to participate in one of the most important events in the energy calendar. read more

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Echandia appoints Fredrik Hellström as new CEO

Echandia – a leading developer of energy storage solutions for heavy-duty marine applications – has appointed Fredrik Hellström as CEO. The new chief executive will focus on building a solid growing business and broaden the product portfolio together with a world class team. read more

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Welltec opens Europe’s most advanced test loop to facilitate Denmark’s energy transition

Welltec’s new Test Flow Loop facility in Esbjerg will provide essential corrosion testing for numerous Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects, enabling the company to play an even bigger role in the energy transition in Denmark. read more

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WEG to showcase drives and digital tools for the energy sector at ADIPEC 2022

Global motor and drive manufacturer WEG will exhibit at ADIPEC 2022, the world-leading expo for the oil & gas industry, running from 31 October until 3 November 2022 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in the UAE. read more

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IFC and IDB Invest partner with HDF Energy and Rubis to develop first green hydrogen power plant in Barbados

The new green project aims to provide electricity to 16,000 homes at a competitive tariff in Barbados, helping reduce emissions and add firm generation capacity through domestic and abundant solar resources. read more

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Wärtsilä to provide energy storage systems to the Cayman Islands

Nasdaq Helsinki listed technology group Wärtsilä will supply two 10-megawatt (MW) / 10-megawatt hour (MWh) energy storage systems under an EPC contract to Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd (CUC) in the Cayman Islands. read more

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Lhyfe inaugurates world’s first offshore renewable hydrogen production pilot site

Lhyfe, one of the world’s pioneers in the production of green and renewable hydrogen, has inaugurated its offshore renewable green hydrogen production demonstrator in Saint-Nazaire, France. This launch marks the first time in the world that renewable hydrogen will be produced at sea. read more

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Tried and Trusted: Integrated energy services specialist KENT at Gastech 2022

With origins that can be traced back over a century, KENT has built an impressive international reputation as a trusted full-service integrated energy services company. Industry Networker caught up with the COO of this multi-faceted power industry player at Gastech 2022 to learn more about its competencies and current international projects. read more

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TES partners with E.ON and ENGIE to manage Germany’s 5th Floating Storage Regasification Unit

Tree Energy Solutions (TES), E.ON and ENGIE have been selected by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK) to jointly develop and implement the fifth Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) in Germany. read more

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Eco Wave Power anticipates boost to US market penetration from proposed $369bn Renewable Energy Bill Initiative

Eco Wave Power Global AB has welcomed the news that US President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are promoting a US$369bn renewable energy bill. The proposed legislation would mark the nation’s largest federal investment in clean energy to date. read more

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Shanghai Electric Group establishes subsidiary to accelerate low-carbon business

The inauguration ceremony of Shanghai Electric New Energy Development Company Ltd marks the accelerated expansion and growth of Shanghai Electric Group’s green, low-carbon business. read more

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New 80MW project could be blueprint for UK’s large-scale PV roll-out

A new 80MW PV project in China has been described as an ‘exemplar’ large-scale installation that the UK can adopt as multiple large-scale projects go to tender. read more

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Gastech confirms high-level trade pavilions from countries key to the future of energy

Gastech, with co-hosts Baker Hughes, Chevron, Eni, and Tellurian, has announced the high-level participation of 16 national pavilions from across the globe, including those supported by the US, France, Germany, Italy, and Norway, as the event prepares for its 50th anniversary edition from 5–8 September in Milan. read more

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Wärtsilä supplies battery to Pivot Power as part of cutting-edge Energy Superhub Oxford project

Technology group Wärtsilä has supplied a 50 MW / 50 MWh lithium-ion battery to Pivot Power – part of EDF Renewables – which has developed a cutting-edge hybrid battery site in Oxford, UK. read more

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Southeast Europe’s leading international gas event concludes successfully in Opatija, Croatia

The 37th International Scientific and Expert Meeting of Gas Professionals, alongside an international exhibition of gas equipment and technology, was successfully held in the Congress Center of the Grand Hotel Adriatic in Opatija last month. read more

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NAWA Technologies nominated finalist in 2022 World Materials Forum Scale-Up Challenge

NAWA Technologies (NAWA) – a pioneer of revolutionary 3D nanotechnology set to unleash fast, sustainable, and efficient energy storage – has been announced as a finalist in this year’s World Materials Forum Scale-Up Challenge. read more

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Wartsila biogas upgrading plant will help turn grass into gas

Technology group Wärtsilä will supply its Puregas CA50 biogas upgrading plant for an innovative Green Gas Mill project in the UK designed to turn grass into gas that can be used to heat homes. The project is being headed by Ecotricity, a British energy company dedicated to fighting climate change by ending the use of fossil fuels. read more

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Lhyfe and Horisont Energi sign green ammonia MoU

Horisont Energi, a clean energy and carbon transport and storage services provider, and Lhyfe, a world pioneer in renewable green hydrogen, have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the joint development of green ammonia-producing facilities in Europe, fed by green hydrogen plants. read more

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Echandia receives order for naval vessels worth 5 million euros

Echandia, a leading developer of heavy-duty energy storage solutions for maritime and industrial applications, has received an initial order for battery systems in the highly specialised naval segment. read more

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GECF: Natural gas has potential to expand significantly and propel South East Asia’s growth trajectory

The upcoming G20 Energy Ministerial, under the Presidency of Indonesia, signals an opportunity to emphasise the soaring role of natural gas in satisfying the growing energy needs across the G20. read more

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Octopus Energy backs world’s largest subsea power cable project to connect UK to mega solar farm in Morocco

Energy tech pioneer Octopus Energy Group has announced a financial and strategic partnership with Xlinks, the company building the world’s largest subsea power cable to deliver renewable energy from Morocco to the UK, as it seeks to diversify UK supply routes and boost energy security. read more

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REC launches world's highest-power solar panel for residential installations with G12 HJT cells

With up to 430Wp packed into less than two square metres, the new REC Alpha Pure-R comes out tops in terms of its power output, size, weight, and handling. REC's latest panel innovation builds on the lead-free and RoHS compliant REC Alpha Pure Series, which has just won the prestigious 2022 Intersolar Award. read more

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Major new initiatives to be launched at first ever Green Hydrogen Global Assembly

The Green Hydrogen Organisation is to host the first-ever Green Hydrogen Global Assembly and Exhibition, to be held from 17–18 May 2022 in Barcelona, where major announcements will be made and significant agreements reached to take forward green energy security in Europe and beyond. read more

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Production of DuPont’s Kevlar, Nomex and Tyvek to run on renewable energy

DuPont’s branded products will be manufactured with electricity backed by renewable energy credits – a key milestone for the materials technology giant in achieving its 2030 climate goal. read more

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Wärtsilä secures new order and upgrade contracts for one of Egypt’s major IPPs

Technology group Wärtsilä’s strong relationship with one of Egypt’s major independent power producers (IPPs) is further enhanced with a new order and contract to upgrade an existing plant. read more

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E.ON leads BNEF Transition Scores for power utilities

E.ON, Iberdrola and EDF beat other utilities when it comes to managing climate risk and are thus best-poised to take advantage of opportunities arising from the energy transition, according to a new BloombergNEF (BNEF) report. Meanwhile, the new study said coal is dragging Asian utilities down. read more

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Highview Power names former Inmarsat boss Rupert Pearce as new CEO

Highview Power – a global leader in providing long duration energy storage and essential grid services – has named former Inmarsat boss Rupert Pearce as its new CEO, as the firm strives to accelerate the drive to a 100-per-cent renewable energy grid. read more

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Dynamic gas market to be explored in Opatija, Croatia, at 37th edition of iconic international meeting

Held from 11–13 May 2022 at the Congress Centre of the Grand Hotel Adriatic in Opatija, the 37th International Scientific and Expert Meeting of Gas Professionals is one of the largest events of its kind in southeast Europe. read more

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OGE and TES combine to develop 1000km CO2 transport network

OGE is to build a pipeline network to enable the transportation of CO2 for sequestration and its reuse in a green circular closed-loop system to transport green hydrogen. The network will initially be 1,000km long with capacity to transport around 18 million tons of CO2 per year. read more

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