The German utility is concerned that elements of the new EU plans will end up curtailing the roll-out of hydrogen and that Repower EU could potentially run counter to the entire purpose of emissions trading.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, one of the world’s biggest green asset managers, presents its vision for yet another Danish energy island in the North Sea where wind power will be converted into green hydrogen.
A new study from the University of Aarhus has studied how expansive Europe’s ambitions need to be to meet the Paris Agreement targets. Even with the large-scale RePowerEU proposal, Europe has a long way to go.
By producing hydrogen directly from turbines, the utility wants to reduce energy loss and save money. The company has just received state subsidies to develop the first turbine of this kind in the UK, providing a much more efficient solution than other alternatives, says CEO Anna Borg.
Although Chinese wind turbine manufacturers have gained a dominant position in the global market, they should not be involved in the tenfold increase of green energy capacity in the North Sea, according to several players.
British electricity consumers have launched a class-action lawsuit against three European cable producers, including NKT. The consumer allege that the companies have been inflating prices for a number of years.
In the first quarter, European Energy has signed a deal concerning construction of a new PtX facility in the city of Aalborg as the most recent move in the third prong of activities, which primarily consist of solar and wind energy. But the company’s CEO warns of political short-sightedness.
Four EU countries’ plan to markedly expand offshore wind capacity in the North Sea will need major investments, assess wind carriers and investors. Trade association Danish Shipping calls for ”green regulatory highway,” which is supported by Cadeler’s CEO.