Northeast states release three reports on offshore wind development

Offshore Wind is gaining momentum as a significant new source of renewable energy in markets across the Northeast, and these reports demonstrate that this regional resource will create thousands of new American energy jobs in the process

How hydrogen empowers the energy transition

The Hydrogen Council envisions the transition from fossil fuels to a carbon-free economy this way.

Hempadur Avantguard 860 challenges traditional anticorrosive coatings

Hempadur Avantguard 860 is designed to protect steel structures in moderate to severe corrosive environments.

Wind (and solar) powered OffGridBox could be useful after the hurricane passes

The OffGridBox has already served in one disaster relief mission in the Philippines after a typhoon wiped out power, communication, and safe water.

Navigant Research report shows rapid growth of electric drive options in commercial vehicle market

A recent report from Navigant Research examines the global medium- and heavy-duty vehicle (MHDV) category, providing global market forecasts for annual sales and vehicle populations, segmented by country and powertrain type, through 2035.

Here are five things to know about hydrogen and fuel cells.

Hydrogen is an alternative fuel that has very high energy content by weight.

ENGIE North America announces largest utility-scale energy storage installation in Massachusetts

Although the Massachusetts facility will be solar powered, the company also employs wind power where appropriate.

USFWS hopes new eagle permit rules will benefit wind energy

The USFWS has issued few five-year programmatic eagle-take permits and has not issued any 30-year incidental take permits.

Wind energy a key to Canada’s energy transition

Increased use of Canada’s massive untapped reserves of low-cost wind energy will be critical if this country is to remain competitive in the global shift to a low-carbon economy, industry leaders agreed as the Canadian Wind Energy Association’s (CanWEA) 33rd Annual Conference and Exhibition kicked off in Montreal. More than 1,200 wind energy professionals from Canada

Nel ASA Awarded world’s largest hydrogen electrolyser fueling station

The world’s most energy efficient electrolyzers, with a cell stack power consumption of down to 3.8 kWh/Nm³ H₂,
up to 2.2 MW per stack / 1000 kilos per day.