The United Nations has warned that the world is heading into a water crisis because of “vampiric overconsumption”. How can developers in the green hydrogen industry ensure that water access does not derail their projects?
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Despite some scepticism, the rise of vehicle-to-grid technology as a major provider of storage capacity around the world will be inexorable
Four Republican congressmen have called for a halt to US offshore wind projects because of unsubstantiated claims blaming the industry for whale deaths. But this obvious misinformation can still be a threat for the growth of the industry.
The Irish Government has unveiled changes to its second offshore wind tender that the industry said have created “massive levels of uncertainty”. We look at what this means for the up-to-80GW of offshore wind projects in development in Irish waters.
Despite warnings that lithium supplies will not be able to keep up with future demand, imminent improvements in lithium-ion battery design mean reliance on the metal could be greatly reduced
The European Hydrogen Bank is part of the EU's response to US incentives for green hydrogen in the Inflation Reduction Act. We look at its goals and some of the immediate questions from industry.
China has a 79 per cent share of global lithium-ion battery manufacturing capacity, but Germany is set to overtake the US as its biggest challenger
US energy storage capacity additions are expected to surpass those of natural gas in 2023, but interconnection problems could jeopardise progress
The Inflation Reduction Act has sparked major optimism in the US renewables sector, but wind installations still fell 37% last year.
ACWA Power, Air Products and NEOM Company have this week reached an $8.5bn financial close for their NEOM Green Hydrogen Project in Saudi Arabia, which is set to produce 600 tonnes of green hydrogen each day. We look at why this close is significant for the nascent green hydrogen sector.
The biggest institutions are now figuring in storage financings due to increasing belief in potential of standalone projects and long-duration storage
Protests in Norway about the treatment of Sami reindeer herders at two onshore wind farms has put the issue of how wind deals with human rights back in the spotlight. Richard Heap looks at why this is a huge risk for investors.
Oil companies are investing in storage, but there are doubts about the best technologies, and reputational risks abound.
Volatile energy markets have not de-railed corporate appetite for green power, but new structures and deal tenors are emerging. We look at 2022 figures on corporate PPA activity from both sides of the Atlantic.
There is no shortage of reports telling us that green hydrogen electrolyser makers are poised for growth in the next decade. It is an easy conclusion to reach with the surging policy support for green hydrogen in Asia, Europe and the US.
Scottish rugby fans were treated to the sight of Finn Russell and his magic hands in full effect on Saturday. Those in the wind industry must wish that the Scottish government's handling of the growth of wind energy was similarly assured.