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Featured Articles

Rolls Royce Goes For Gold

Rolls-Royce’s all-electric aircraft the ‘Spirit of Innovation’ will take to the skies for the first time in the coming weeks as the company works toward a world-record attempt with a target speed of over...

Cars And Butterflies

Most known for their winter and spring migrations spanning more than 3000 miles (4828 km), the monarch butterfly is a small but key component to the ecosystem in terms of food and its role...

BP And EnBW Target Scottish Wind Projects

BP, EnBW, and a consortium of other investors have submitted a bid for offshore wind acreage in the ScotWind leading round. The consortium has applied for a lease area off the east coast of Scotland...

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Duke Energy Florida Announces Four New Solar Sites

Duke Energy Florida announced the locations of its four newest solar power plants – the latest move in the company’s program to expand its renewable generation portfolio. Duke Energy Florida, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, owns...

First Hydrogen-Fueled Microturbine Order For Europe

Capstone Green Energy Corp. (Capstone) will provide two C65 microturbines to Innovametall Stahl- und Metallbau for use in a combined heat and power (CHP) system in Austria. This will be the first hydrogen-fueled microturbine...

New Hydrogen Plant Begins Operation In Texas

Linde has started up a new hydrogen plant in La Porte, Texas, that will supply more than 30 tons (27 tonnes) per day of high-purity liquid hydrogen. The liquefier takes hydrogen from Linde’s 372-mi....

CARB’s Environmental Justice Advisory Committee Appoints Additional Members

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has appointed ten new members to the Environmental Justice Advisory Committee (EJAC), bringing the total number of members to 21. The newly appointed representatives are: David Campbell, United Steelworkers ...

Scotland’s Industrial Heartland Wins A CCS Project

Storegga, an independent UK company pioneering carbon reduction and removal for a net-zero world, and lead developer of the Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and Hydrogen Project in North East Scotland, signed a...