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Shell subsidiary set to acquire Nigerian solar energy company

30 September 2022

Shell (UK) may be gearing up to divest its onshore oil and gas assets in Nigeria, but it is also expanding into the renewable and off-grid energy sector to reduce the carbon intensity of its operations.

Fit for 55 – not fit for purpose

30 September 2022

The EU’s Fitfor55 efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030 are woefully inadequate and unable to contain global warming to the 1.5°C target, with reductions of up to 77% needed instead to stand any chance of averting a climate catastrophe.

Offshore wind continues to pick up speed even as Shell pulls out of two Irish projects

28 September 2022

Offshore wind is continuing to accelerate, although Shell is exiting two projects off Ireland. This comes as a new US study has found that offshore wind leasing is 125 times more lucrative for taxpayers than oil and gas leasing.

Chinese turbine maker may soon enter UK offshore wind market

28 September 2022

Mingyang Smart Energy, the Chinese wind turbine manufacturer, may soon sell its turbines to a UK floating project.

UK government to lift onshore wind ban

28 September 2022

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng is likely to end what is effectively a ban on new onshore wind projects in England. The London government said it would bring planning permitting into line with that for other infrastructure.

New York unleashes 2-GW onshore renewables auction

28 September 2022

New York State has announced its sixth competitive solicitation, this time 2 GW or more of new large-scale onshore renewable energy projects from new and existing projects.

France’s Macron calls for accelerating renewables projects

28 September 2022

French President Emmanuel Macron said he will streamline permitting to cut in half the time it takes to get renewable projects to development.

New Jersey sets 11-GW state target for offshore wind by 2040

27 September 2022

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed an executive order increasing New Jersey’s offshore wind goal by nearly 50% to 11 GW by 2040. It is now the most aggressive state goal in the US.

Siemens Gamesa launches RecyclableBlade for onshore wind projects

27 September 2022

Siemens Gamesa has launched its RecyclableBlade for onshore wind power projects

Nova Scotia sets 5-GW offshore wind goal

26 September 2022

Nova Scotia has set a 5-GW target for offshore wind by 2030. 5 GW is twice its current grid usage. The offshore wind would partly be used to make green hydrogen, said Premier Tim Houston.

Amazon adds 71 renewables projects

26 September 2022

Amazon is adding 71 new renewable energy projects to its portfolio globally, including for the first time in Latin America, India and Poland.

Kazakhstan offers Europe chance to kick its Russian uranium habit

26 September 2022

Obstacle to hopes is Russia’s ownership of 40% of world's uranium conversion infrastructure, vital to making nuclear fuel.

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