Army’s Fort Bragg to get floating solar project

The U.S. Army’s Fort Bragg will soon become home to the largest floating solar plant in the southeastern United States, Kallanish Energy reports. The military complex in North Carolina will be getting a 1.1-megawatt system under a contract awarded to Duke Energy. It was awarded a Utility Energy Service Contract for the project. The $36 … Read more

NIPSCO to get power from two Indiana solar farms

NIPSCO has announced that it will be acquiring solar power from two new solar farms in central Indiana, Kallanish Energy reports. The company, a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., will get 300 megawatts of solar power from the facilities in Boone and Henry counties. The solar facilities are expected to be operational by mid-2023. A subsidiary … Read more

Scotland’s H100 Project: Early Design Phase Successfully Concluded

Scotland’s ambitious H100 project has reached a significant milestone with the successful conclusion of its early design phase. This groundbreaking initiative, aimed at establishing the world’s first green hydrogen heating network, marks a pivotal moment in Scotland’s transition to renewable energy. The H100 project, spearheaded by SGN and backed by the Scottish Government, is a … Read more

Hydrogen is no silver bullet to zero-carbon economy: sources

Hydrogen has a key role to play in the future energy systems, but “it’s no silver bullet,” European pro-hydrogen speakers said in an industry webinar on Thursday. According to Christoph Jugel, head of energy systems at the German Energy Agency, green hydrogen – the fuel produced from renewables power and water – “isn’t the silver … Read more

Testing electrochemical technology for turning CO2 into RNG

Three companies have announced that they have demonstrated further advancement of a new cutting-edge electrochemical technology that converts carbon dioxide in raw biogas to pipeline-quality renewable natural gas (RNG). That is a critical improvement in the science of upgrading waste emissions to RNG, said Southern California Gas (SoCalGas), Pacific Gas & Electric, and Opus 12 … Read more

New Mexico utility to allow nuclear leases to expire

A New Mexico utility will exit current leases for nuclear power and will instead develop renewable power by 2040, Kallanish Energy reports. PNM said it will allow leases for 114 megawatts of electricity power from the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Arizona to expire. Replacing that reduced capacity will allow PNM “to integrate more renewable … Read more

Trump administration change aids renewable projects

The Trump administration provided a major boost to developers of renewable energy, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Kallanish Energy reports. The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service last week issued a Notice 2020-41 to provide tax relief to affected taxpayers involved in solar and wind projects by extending the safe harbor … Read more

Ovako successfully tests hydrogen for heating steel

Swedish special steelmaker Ovako has successfully tested the use of hydrogen to heat steel, opening up further possibilities to reduce the carbon footprint of the steelmaking industry, Kallanish Energy reports. The test was done within a full-scale trial launched by the company together with its partner Linde Gas. The partners used hydrogen instead of liquefied petroleum … Read more

Tesla to produce ventilators at NY solar plant

Tesla has announced that it intends to retool a solar panel factory in western New York state to manufacture medical ventilators due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kallanish Energy reports. That plan for the Tesla Giga New York factory in Buffalo, New York, was announced last week in tweet by CEO Elon Musk. Tesla will make … Read more

Vestas to develop Vietnam intertidal wind project

      Wind developer Vestas has secured its fourth intertidal project contract in Vietnam with a 29-megawatt order, Kallanish Energy reports. The Ben Tre VI-3 wind project will be located in the Ba Tri District of Ben Tre province in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The contract calls for seven wind turbines in … Read more


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