The oil and gas supermajor BP is developing green hydrogen as part of a large-scale pivot towards low-carbon energy.
Virgin Hyperloop held its first human test run in ultra-high speed pods that could become the future of carbon-free travel.
The Danish wind turbine manufacturer will acquire full ownership of a Mitsubishi venture as competition in offshore wind energy heats up.
Europe’s largest natural gas transport group agreed to buy EUR 33 million in shares in British ITM Power Plc. as part of foray into green hydrogen development.
Denmark-based Everfuel raised $31 million in a private placement to finance green hydrogen fuel projects in Europe.
Great Britain will press an advantage in offshore wind, betting on larger generation targets to create jobs as the nation deals with pandemic losses.
Hyundai began to deliver the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen-powered trucks as automakers turn to transport running on clean fuels.
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