DNV report says electrification will dominate road transport, but fossil fuel use will continue in other areas.
Here’s a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including a massive $25 billion floating wind-powered electrical grid.
The U.S. is targeting 30 gigawatts offshore wind capacity by 2030 and 15 gigawatts of floating wind capacity by 2035.
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, formed by 12 oil and gas majors, is now attracting more E&Ps and service companies.
Eurasia Group’s managing director Raad Alkadiri spoke with Hart Energy about the Russia-Ukraine war, the Harry Potter world of energy and Qatar and the U.S.’ plans to supply Europe and Asia with more LNG.
Anticipated opportunities for hydrogen include potential U.S. investments of about $30 billion, Linde’s CEO says.
Eurasia Group’s Raad Alkadiri believes the Russia-Ukraine war is a ‘watershed’ event causing a number of issues to spill from it, especially in terms of energy security, and will shape the energy sector going forward.
EDP Renewables and Google plan to develop and install more than 80 distributed solar projects, with initial focus in the PJM Interconnection service area.
At the BNEF Summit in New York, panelists gabbed about hydrogen—and whispered about a carbon tax.
Three RNG facilities in Indiana are scheduled to be placed in service in the coming weeks and months, Kinder Morgan says.