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New York Looks to Hydrogen to Drive Decarbonisation

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that New York plans to explore the potential role of green hydrogen as part of the state’s comprehensive decarbonization strategy. To support this effort to study green hydrogen and its possible applications, the state is collaborating with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), joining two hydrogen-focused organizations […]

India eyes cooperation with France on green hydrogen – EQ Mag Pro

India Takes a Step Forward Towards Decarbonisation And Promotion of RE , Hydro PSP And BESS

The waiver of ISTS charges on transmission of the electricity generated from solar and wind extended till 30th June 2025 The waiver of ISTS charges also allowed for Hydro PSP and BESS. The waiver of transmission charges allowed for trading of Renewables in the power exchanges. Ministry of Power has issued order today for extension […]

DRDO finds serious battery defects in EVs that caught fire – EQ Mag Pro

Geopolitical Implications of Green Hydrogen Economy

Action to mitigate climate change is set up to be a major global theme politically and economically for the coming decades. This is no longer merely about environmental conservatism; it is also about long-term industrial and economic sustainability. In the competition between countries, access to technology, natural resources, and human capital needed to deliver this […]

Climate action on CO2 emissions alone won’t prevent extreme warming: study – EQ Mag Pro

Renewable hydrogen could reduce emissions in alumina refining

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced up to $579,786 in funding to Rio Tinto to support a feasibility study investigating the potential to partially decarbonise its alumina refining operations using renewable hydrogen. Conventional alumina refining combusts natural gas to achieve the high temperatures necessary in the […]

India eyes cooperation with France on green hydrogen – EQ Mag Pro

Volkswagen’s Electric Cars To Help This Greece Island To Go Green

Volkswagen has lined up electric cars like ID.3 and ID.4, as well as the eScooter Seat MOID.4 became the first zero emission police car for the Greek island. Volkswagen and the Greek Government have started the transformation of Astypalea into a sustainable and smart island. On Wednesday, the first electric vehicles were delivered to the […]

China plans to extend subsidies for electric vehicles amid declining car sales – EQ Mag Pro

Element 2 Steps Up Search for City Hydrogen Hubs

Clean fuel specialist Element 2 is holding talks with local authorities and other key parties as it steps up its search for suitable sites to build a network of ‘city hydrogen hubs’. Over the next decade the North Yorkshire-based company wants to install 2,000 H2 pumps across the UK, including 300 in Scotland.Earlier this month […]

India eyes cooperation with France on green hydrogen – EQ Mag Pro

DTEK Officially Launches Ukraine’s First Industrial Energy Storage System

DTEK has officially launched Ukraine’s first industrial lithium-ion energy storage system, installed at the Zaporizhzhya Power Plant in the city of Energodar, with a capacity of 1 MW/2.25 MWh. The battery will store and dispatch electricity to the grid, as well as maintain the functioning of Ukraine’s power system. With this pilot project, DTEK intends […]

Future energy needs storage push today – EQ Mag Pro

Climate Finance as a Way to Create Energy Access in Africa

Stories about climate finance are starting to flood the internet in the build-up to COP26 at the end of the year, but the conversations vary, depending on your geographic location. While financiers, power developers, utilities and everyone involved in producing energy can agree that financing to address climate issues is needed, the exact parameters vary. […]

Iraq intends a 750-MW solar project in Al-Muthanna province – EQ Mag Pro

KSTAR to complete 600kwp rooftop PV project in Melaka, Malaysia

KSTAR has continued its renewables deployment targets in Malaysia this year. With 600 kwp rooftop PV project installed with string inverters KSG-120CL already under electricity generation at Lekok Paper, Melaka in the country, KSTAR said it will develop more renewables in the near future . The company has shipped many string solar inverters to the […]

Breaking News: Tender Results of 1.2 GW Wind Projects’ Auction – EQ Mag Pro

Oman to host world’s first solar-powered Direct Air Capture project

44.01 kicks off construction work on decarbonisation plant at Khazaen Economic City. In a major breakthrough for the country’s nascent, but promising, decarbonisation efforts, an Omani start-up has announced plans to establish the world’s first solar-powered Direct Air Capture (DAC) project here in the Sultanate. The landmark initiative aims to capture carbon dioxide (C02) — […]

Iraq intends a 750-MW solar project in Al-Muthanna province – EQ Mag Pro