Topsoe's secures €94 mn from EU for 500 MW solid oxide electrolyzer factory

Topsoe's SOEC facility under construction in Herning, Denmark. Source: Topsoe

Danish firm Topsoe has signed a grant agreement with EU's Innovation Fund for a total of €94 million, in recognition to the company's solid oxide electrolyzer cells (SOEC...

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EU pledges funding for 10GW Brazilian hydrogen project for European exports

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RE developer Green Energy Park's (GEP) proposed 10 GW green hydrogen and ammonia facility in the Brazilian state of Piaui is set to receive funding from EU's €2bn Global ...

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Netherlands, Belgium have potentials to supply 62pc of EU's H2 import target

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A latest research from the Westwood Global Energy Group has revealed an optimistic outlook for hydrogen imports in Northwest Europe, led by the ambitious targets set...

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Scania and sennder's new JV looks to drive electric truck adoption in Europe

Swedish heavy-duty transport solutions provider, Scania AB, along with digital road-freight forwarder, sennder, have joined forces to launch a new joint venture to drive large-scal...

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Automotive battery provider Clarios to acquire Paragon’s battery unit

Automotive battery solutions provider, Clarios on Wednesday (August 30) announced it will purchase Paragon GmbH & Co. KGaA's power business that produces batteries and bat...

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VoltStorage bags €30 mn EU-secured loan for battery storage technologies

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German flow-battery firm VoltStorage has received significant support from the European Investment Bank (EIB) with a venture debt loan of €30 million. The loan is secured...

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FREYR's Giga Arctic project gets fresh infusion of €100 million

Battery manufacturing company, FREYR Battery (FREYR) on Thursday announced it has been awarded a €100 million grant from the European Union ("EU") to support development of FR...

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Italy increases RE targets, says 65 percent of power from clean sources by 2030

Italy's energy ministry said the country would generate 65 percent of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030, up from the earlier target of 55 percent. Image: Pexels

Italy has increased renewable energy targets for the decade, adding to the targets the country made public three years ago, although the statement issued did not explain how the hi...

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Offshore H2 project HOPE wins €20 mn grant by European Commission

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The Hydrogen Offshore Production for Europe (HOPE) project consortium has signed a €20 million grant agreement with the European Commission, selected for funding under the Cle...

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EU approves €1.1 billion worth Hungarian scheme for energy storage projects

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The European Commission has approved a €1.1 billion worth Hungarian scheme to support the installation of at least 800 MW/ 1600 MWh of energy storage facilities to foster the ...

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EU lawmakers back law regulating batteries and waste batteries

The European Union's (EU) lawmaking body, European Parliament has approved new rules for the design, production, and waste management of all types of batteries sold in the EU. With...

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Comau developing automated system for battery recycling, second-life repurposing

Italian automation firm Comau has announced its continued participation in EU's Flexible Battery Dismantling 'Flex-BD' project for the second year, to help deliver a fund...

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Inside Europe's hydrogen game plan: 10 MT production + 10 MT imports by 2030

Europe is firming up ambitious plans to build scale in the Hydrogen economy as part of the continent's attempts to decarbonise energy supply and move away from Russian oil and gas....

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EU's 'Green Deal Industrial Plan' likely to boost energy storage in Europe

The European Union (EU) has proposed a new comprehensive support package to boost renewable energy and clean technology innovation including battery manufacturing and energy storag...

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EU, Japan enhance cooperation to spur international Hydrogen market

The European Union (EU) and Japan have recently intensified their cooperation on hydrogen with the signature of a MoC to spur innovation and develop an international...

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EU sets 100 pc emission reduction for new cars, vans by 2035

The European Council and the European Parliament have reached a provisional political agreement on stricter CO2 emission performance standards for new cars and vans. The landmark a...

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EU approves €5.4 billion support for IPCEI Hy2Tech program covering H2 value chain

The European Commission has recently approved 'Important Project of Common European Interest' (IPCEI) program to support research, innovation and industrial deployment in the ...

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EU and Norway expand cooperation on raw materials, battery value chains

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The European Commission and Norway have announced a strategic partnership for strengthening and expanding their cooperation in the area of the raw materials and batt...

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EV Charging Infrastructure in Europe: Right on track or a looming road block?

European automotive associations ACEA and VDA are warning that EU states are lagging-behind in charging network expansion to meet the proposed EV adoption targets for 2035, but cle...

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European Parliament supports reduction in toll rates for EVs, hybrids

Recently, the European Parliament has approved an agreement with EU governments on the revised rules defining the toll charges that member states can impose on road users in trans-...

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E-mobility in EU: 14,000 public EV charging points installation needed every week

According to new cross-industry research based on analysis by McKinsey, up to 6.8 million public EV charging points would be required across the European Union by 2030 to reach the...

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