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Iberdrola and H2 Green Steel to build 1GW green hydrogen plant

Spanish energy company Iberdrola and Swedish steel manufacturer H2 Green Steel have signed an agreement to build a green hydrogen plant with an installed capacity of 1,000MW.

Dogger Bank C offshore wind farm reaches financial close

SSE Renewables and joint venture partner Equinor have reached financial close on Dogger Bank C, the third phase of the offshore wind farm based in the UK.
Study ordered on impact of Diablo Canyon nuclear shut down

Keeping Diablo Canyon open can help California achieve its climate goals, researchers say

Researchers found that extending Diablo Canyon's life by 10 years would reduce carbon emissions from California's power sector by more than 10% annually.

U.S. records red-hot quarter for utility-scale solar, battery storage

The red-hot quarter also included the addition of 127 megawatts of battery storage paired with utility-scale solar PV systems.

Ansaldo Energia starts work on new 800 MW combined-cycle plant in Italy

Ansaldo Energia has commenced a project to improve the efficiency of the EP Produzione thermoelectric plant in Tavazzano and Montanaso, Lodi province, Italy.

GM venture to build North American battery chemical plant

General Motors is forming a joint venture with Posco Chemical of South Korea to build a North American battery materials plant as it brings more steps in the electric vehicle supply chain under its umbrella.

New Texas rules after blackout, but not for this winter

Regulators of Texas' oil and gas industry that buckled during February's deadly freeze moved Tuesday toward making some producers more prepared for cold weather, but not in time for this winter as the nation's power grid monitor warned the state is still at risk of blackouts.

Exxon Mobil ups spending on emission reduction plan to $15B

Exxon Mobil says it is boosting its spending on greenhouse gas emission-reduction projects to $15 billion over the next six years and anticipates meeting its 2025 greenhouse gas emission-reduction plans by the end of this year.

IEA: Record renewables growth predicted despite high commodity prices

The IEA’s annual Renewables Market Report finds that by 2026, global renewable electricity capacity is forecast to rise more than 60% from 2020 levels.

Wärtsilä breaks ground on second-largest energy storage system in Australia

Wärtsilä and AGL Energy broke ground this week on the Torrens Island Battery facility, the 250 MW/250 MWh system announced in August.

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