Platte River, Qcells Break Ground on Massive Colorado Solar Project

Colorado community-owned public power utility Platte River Power Authority (Platte River) and Qcells broke ground on northern Colorado’s largest solar generation project.

FLIR Unveils ADGiLE to Detect and Locate Methane Leaks with Robust Continuous Monitoring and...

Automated Methane Monitoring Solution with OGI by FLIR delivers 24/7 Coverage of Methane Production, Transmission and Storage Infrastructure.

Atlas Renewable Energy Taps CJR for 200-MW Battery in Chile

Portugal-based CJR Renewables has been chosen by Atlas Renewable Energy to construct a 200-MW/800-MWh battery energy storage system in Chile's Antofagasta region, next to an existing solar farm.

Hydrogen-Powered Air Taxi Completes 523-Mile Californian Flight Demonstration

Joby Aviation, Inc., a next generation aviation company, announced it has successfully flown a first-of-its-kind hydrogen-electric air taxi demonstrator 523 miles, with water as the only by-product.

Beer Yeast Repurposed for Filtering Out Lead in Water

A team of researchers from Georgia Tech and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed yeast-infused hydrogel capsules to potentially filter polluted water.

Innovative Design and Reducing Emissions- An Interview with Chris Kennell, VP of Sales –...

Working to eliminate fugitive emissions is an ongoing process. Companies are developing new and innovative technologies every day to help in the fight against these emissions to reduce the risk to the environment and surrounding individuals.

Equinor Solidifies New York Offtake Contract for Empire Wind 1

Equinor announced the execution of the Purchase and Sale Agreement (PSA) with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) for the renewable power generated by the Empire Wind 1 offshore wind project.

Rio Tinto Finds a New Way to Decarbonize Steelmaking

A new process could offer a solution to reducing carbon emissions in iron and steelmaking.

Cepsa Reaches an Agreement with Petrotal for the Sale of Its Upstream Assets in...

Cepsa has signed an agreement with Canadian company PetroTal Corp. to sell its Exploration and Production business in Peru, including the transfer of the company CEPSA PERUANA S.A.C., which manages the Los Angeles oil field.

TerraFixing Signs the Largest Commercial Agreement in the World for Very Cold-Climate DAC

TerraFixing Inc, the leading innovator in very cold climate direct air carbon capture (DAC) technology, announces a commercial agreement valued at $10 million (CAD) from Tugliq Énergie Co for the development of two carbon capture units, to be deployed in the great Canadian North.