Transmission ITC Bill introduced into both chambers in the US Congress

On April 8, Congressman Steven Horsford (D-Nev.-04), Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Congresswoman Susie Lee (D-Nev.-03) introduced the Electric Power Infrastructure Improvement Act into both the House of Representatives and the Senate, in order to improve grid resilience and support new transmission infrastructure.

LanzaJet Awards EPC Contracts to Zeton and Burns & McDonnell

The aviation industry is working aggressively to reduce carbon emissions, with the ambition to reach net-zero by 2050 with a focus on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) as the key near- and long-term technology to achieve decarbonization. Gaining access to sustainable aviation fuel is critical to helping the aviation industry reduce the emissions from airplanes and the traditional fossil fuels used to power them.

GenComm

The second webinar in the GenComm Spring '21 Series SMART H2 on April 15 will focus on hydrogen supply and demand with key speakers from Energia, Wrightbus and Echelon Data Centres. The webinar will cover how to optimize GreenH2 to deliver increased benefits across the hydrogen value chain, accelerating cost reductions for hydrogen production, transmission, distribution, retail, and end applications.

The future of the global solar energy industry: An interview with Jonas Eklind of Azelio

According to the International Energy Agency’s annual report (Oct 13th 2020), solar power is now cheaper than electricity generated by coal and natural gas in most countries. This is kick-starting a profound global change from fossil to renewable energy, despite Covid-19, in which renewable energy is estimated to supply 80 percent of the total power generation in 2030.

España, primera potencia del mundo en el desarrollo de prototipos eólicos marinos flotantes

Lo ha dicho hoy el presidente de la Asociación Empresarial Eólica, Juan Diego Díaz Vega, en el marco de una jornada telemática que ha organizado el Club Español de la Energía y en la que han participado altos representantes de tres comunidades autónomas -Asturias, Canarias y Euskadi- con fuerte presencia ya en la I+D+i y la industria del sector eólico marino global. A saber: la directora general de Energía del Gobierno de Canarias, Rosana Melian; el director de Industria y Transición Energética del Gobierno Vasco, Mikel Amundarain; y la directora general de Energía, Minería y Reactivación de Asturias, Belarmina Díaz.