REM - Renewable Energy

2 February 2023

Europe proposes $270bn response to US, China green subsidies

1 February 2023

The European Union has unveiled a €250bn ($270bn) Green Deal Industrial Plan to offer tax breaks and subsidies, including for renewable energy.

Germany launches 7-GW offshore wind tender with negative bidding

1 February 2023

Germany has launched a 7-GW offshore wind tender for projects in the North and Baltic Seas. Commissioning of the wind farms is scheduled for 2030.

Amazon is still world’s largest corporate buyer of renewable energy

1 February 2023

Amazon, the online retailer, has set a new record for most renewable energy bought by a single company as it announced a flurry of new renewables projects.

Reserves of rare earths sufficient to power energy transition

1 February 2023

The world’s reserves of rare earths are sufficient to power the energy transition, according to new research.

New York gets record response to third offshore wind solicitation

1 February 2023

New York officials have received a “robust response” to the state’s latest 4.6-GW offshore wind solicitation, with more than 100 proposals in total for eight new projects from six offshore wind energy developers.

Bulgaria’s first offshore wind project to power gas platform

1 February 2023

Bulgaria’s first offshore wind turbine will be used to power an existing gas platform in the Black Sea. The 5-MW floating wind turbine, the Black Sea Floating Offshore Wind (BLOW) project, will be developed by France’s Eolink

Global energy transition investment in 2022 tops $1.1 trillion

1 February 2023

Global energy transition investment in 2022 was $1.1 trillion, up 31% on the previous year, estimates a new report. This came as the energy crisis and policy action drove faster deployment of clean energy technologies.

Most growth in power generation by 2050 will be solar and wind – BP

1 February 2023

Most growth in global power generation by 2050 will be solar and wind, according to oil supermajor BP’s annual benchmark report, the 2023 Energy Outlook.

Japan commissions first large offshore wind project

1 February 2023

On January 31, Japan fully commissioned a 55-MW offshore wind project, the first large one in the country. It is fixed-bottom – the foundations are on the sea-bed – in shallow waters in the Sea of Japan.

Turkmenistan: A kick in the gas

1 February 2023

Moscow curries favour, neighbours seek more gas, and Turkmenistan’s colossal methane pollution could power Afghanistan at little cost many times over. Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.

BP plans to expand renewable energy investments in Azerbaijan

27 January 2023

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Chile’s HIF gears up to start synthetic gasoline production at Haru Oni plant in March

26 January 2023

Chile’s Highly Innovative Fuels (HIF) is reportedly set to launch production of synthetic gasoline at its Haru Oni plant in the city of Punta Arenas in March 2023.