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Fugro secures cable route survey contract for Denmark’s Energy Islands development supporting the transition to renewable energy

January 18, 2022 - in Energy, News, Renewables

Fugro has secured a new contract with Energinet to undertake cable route surveys for the North Sea Energy Island project. The Energy Island will serve as an offshore power plant distributing up to 10 GW of offshore wind to Denmark and other neighbouring markets.…

iSun Inc. awarded $29.3 million contract for Solar Canopy design and delivery for EV Charging Stations

January 6, 2022 - in Energy, News, Renewables

WILLISTON, Vt.— iSun, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISUN) (the “Company”, or “iSun”), a leading solar energy and clean mobility infrastructure company with…

First WAGABOX® landfill gas to RNG project in the US confirmed

January 4, 2022 - in Energy, News, Renewables

Steuben County, New York awards contract to Waga Energy   Waga Energy is joining forces with Steuben County (New York, USA) on a Renewable Natural…

UK rare-earth-free innovator GreenSpur receives generator order from US firm Wind Harvest

December 7, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

The delivery of three patented 70kW rare-earth-free generators in mid-2022 will support Wind Harvest’s vertical axis wind turbine design ambitions   UK firm GreenSpur Wind has today confirmed an order for three 70kW rare-earth-free permanent magnet…

Lhyfe and DORIS sign a memorandum of understanding to launch the first floating wind turbine for integration with a hydrogen production system

November 30, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

Paris / Nantes (France), - Following a 12-month-long joint R&D programme focused on developing economically viable offshore green hydrogen production solutions, Lhyfe, a world pioneer and pure player in renewable green hydrogen production, and DORIS, an…

Video: Ultrathin Solar Cells Get a Boost

November 23, 2021 - in Energy, Multimedia, Renewables, Videos

Rice University engineers have achieved a new benchmark in the design of atomically thin solar cells made of semiconducting perovskites, boosting their efficiency while retaining their ability to stand up to the environment. Read more at https://news.rice.edu/news/2021/ultra...

Ultrathin solar cells get a boost

November 23, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

A two-dimensional coat of a perovskite compound is the basis for an efficient solar cell that might stand up to environmental wear and tear, unlike earlier perovskites. Engineers at Rice University raised the photovoltaic efficiency of 2D perovskites by up…

Hydropower will continue to dominate annual power generation in Canada to 2030, says GlobalData

November 9, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

Hydropower held a share of 60.2% in total annual generation in Canada in 2020 and this share is expected to marginally decline to 58% in 2030; however, it will continue to hold the dominant share in Canada’s generation mix, according to GlobalData, a leading…

Expansion of wind and solar power too slow to stop climate change

October 25, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

The production of renewable energy is increasing every year. But after analysing the growth rates of wind and solar power in 60 countries, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology and Lund University in Sweden and Central European University in Vienna,…

Renewable Energy Jobs Reach 12 Million Globally

October 22, 2021 - in Energy, News, Renewables

Report by IRENA and ILO underscores the jobs potential of an ambitious climate strategy and calls for comprehensive policies in support of a just transition   Abu Dhabi, UAE/Geneva, Switzerland – Renewable energy employment worldwide reached 12 million…