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Shell is closing California-based hydrogen stations

February 13, 2024

Shell has decided to permanently close its entire hydrogen refueling network in California for light-duty vehicles. According to a report by Hydrogen Insight, the mobility company has pointed out “supply complications and other external market factors,” as the main reasons […]


USFR to invest USD 700m in offshore wind factories on East Coast

February 8, 2024

Steel components manufacturer US Forged Rings Inc (USFR) plans to spend USD 700 million (EUR 651m) on the construction of a tower fabrication facility and a steel forging plant on the US East Coast to service the growing domestic offshore […]


Interconnection Cost-Causer-Pays Model: Is It Fair or Antiquated in the Era of Grid Modernization

February 1, 2024

The transition to green energy is often seen through two different lenses: a burden or an opportunity. Grid modernization refers to a comprehensive transformation of the traditional power grid to upgrade aging infrastructure to enhance reliability, resilience, efficiency, and sustainability […]


Electric, Energy Consumption

1 GWh Energy Storage Project In Arizona Gets $559 Million In Financing

February 23, 2024

Via: CleanTechnica

Strata Clean Energy has secured $559 million in financing for its 255 MW/1,020 MWh Scatter Wash battery storage complex. Strata broke ground on the Phoenix, AZ, energy storage project in January of this year. The huge battery storage complex is […]


Electric, Energy Consumption

Ionity achieves 600 EV charging locations milestone

February 21, 2024

Via: PetrolPlaza

Ionity has officially established 600 electric vehicle (EV) charging locations across Europe thanks to its most recent opening. The company has opened its first public high-power charging station in Northern Ireland. The new site in Toome is a comprehensive motorway […]


Emerging Technologies, Renewable Energy

Wind-powered Dutch ship sets sail for greener future

February 20, 2024

Via: Tech Xplore

The world’s first chemical tanker ship fitted with massive rigid aluminum “sails” has left Rotterdam, its owner hoping to plot a route to bringing down the shipping industry’s huge carbon footprint. The MT Chemical Challenger, a 16,000-tonne chemicals transporter set […]


Commercialization, Renewable Energy

‘US could award 15.5GW of offshore offtake in 2024’

February 20, 2024

Via: reNews

During 2024 US states could award as much as 1550MW of new power offtake, 60% of which will be used to replenish lost contracts, according to Oceantic Network. In its 2024 US Offshore Wind Market Report the trade body also […]