iO develops sustainable brand campaigns for Dutch grid operator Enexis
After a pan-European tender process, grid operator Enexis has chosen to partner with blended agency iO to launch new brand campaigns.
GreenIT and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners to develop floating offshore wind farms in Italy
The plants will be located on average roughly 30 km off from the coast and have an overall capacity of approximately 2 GW.
Mitsubishi Corporation invests in Swedish Biofuels
Swedish Biofuels AB has announced an investment by Mitsubishi Corporation to jointly accelerate commercial deployment of clean renewable fuels using Swedish Biofuels advanced alcohol to jet (ATJ) technology.
Volvo among top players in the electric trucks market
In 2022 the market for heavy electric trucks in Europe, grew by 200% to 1,041 trucks, and Volvo Trucks holds the highest share of this market.
Comcast issues $1 billion green bond to fund clean energy, infrastructure projects
Comcast has announced the issuance of a $1 billion 10-year green bond, offering investors the opportunity to support environmental efforts such as those currently underway or under consideration as part of Comcast’s goal to be carbon neutral by 2035.
TotalEnergies and Air Liquide develop a network of hydrogen stations for heavy duty vehicles in Europe
TotalEnergies and Air Liquide have announced their decision to create an equally owned joint venture to develop a network of hydrogen stations, geared towards heavy duty vehicles on major European road corridors.
European Investment Bank boosts financial support for green and innovative projects
2022 was a successful year for the European Investment Bank (EIB) Group in Germany, with overall financing increasing by 20% to €6.61 billion compared with the previous year.
Microsoft and Qcells partner to curb carbon emissions and power the clean energy economy
Qcells, owned by Hanwha Solutions headquartered in Seoul, will work with Microsoft to develop solar projects as well as provide panels and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services to selected solar projects.
Eni announces the incorporation of Eni Sustainable Mobility, its new mobility transition company
The company is vertically integrated along the entire value chain, bringing together services and products that support the energy transition and accelerate the path to net zero emissions throughout their entire life cycle.
Maersk and SunGas Renewables sign strategic green methanol partnership
This is Maersk’s 9th such partnership to drive the acceleration of global production capacity for green methanol.
Carlsberg Sweden invests in electric transportation
Carlsberg Sweden has been working continuously to reduce the carbon footprint in all parts of the business.
Volkswagen creates the greatest charging network in Europe with Elli
Volkswagen AG and its charging and energy brand Elli have reached their next milestone: With 400,000 charging points, Elli is now operating the greatest charging network in Europe, with more than 800 providers in 27 countries.
ADS-TEC Energy partners with GP Joule Connect to expand EV charging infrastructure in Europe
ADS-TEC Energy, a manufacturer of battery storage-based ultra-fast charging solutions, hasannounced a strategic partnership with sustainable mobility solutions company GP JOULE CONNECT, a systems provider for new mobility.
IKEA bets on solar-powered cargo bikes to reduce the home delivery climate footprint
For the last couple of years, IKEA retailers have been introducing electrical trucks for home delivery services. Now, the IKEA franchisor adds a more sustainable alternative home delivery transport solution: Solar-powered cargo bikes.
Volvo receives record order for electric trucks in Australia
The shift to sustainable truck transport is happening in many parts of the world, including Australia, where sales of electric trucks are starting to pick up.
TotalEnergies and Air France-KLM sign agreement to supply sustainable aviation fuel for 10 years
This sustainable aviation fuel will be produced by TotalEnergies at its biorefineries. It will be made available to Air France-KLM Group’s airlines, mainly for flights departing from France (in accordance with French legislation) and the Netherlands.
Maersk and Carbon Sink partner to accelerate green marine fuels production
The commercial start is anticipated in 2027 and Maersk intends to purchase the full volume produced at the plant, with options for the output of subsequent Carbon Sink facilities at other locations.
IKEA launches guide on measuring air pollution across value chains
Using the guidance, IKEA set a baseline and encourages other businesses to join the Alliance for Clean Air in contributing to clean air and health.
Deutsche Bank expands support for Egypt’s sustainability ambitions
Deutsche Bank is expanding its support for the Government of Egypt’s ambitious plans for energy transition by becoming a founding member of a dedicated private sector finance working group.
Maersk and Spanish Government to explore large-scale green fuels production
Signing the Protocol marks a significant milestone in the collaboration that, if implemented in full, could deliver up to 2 mil. tonnes of green fuels per year.
Claus Sonberg joins Statkraft as SVP Communication and Marketing
Claus Sonberg, partner in strategic analysis and consulting agency Zynk, has joined Statkraft as the company’s new Senior Vice President Corporate Communication and Marketing.
Ørsted and Copenhagen Infrastructure partners join forces to develop 5.2 gigawatts offshore wind in Denmark
Ørsted and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have entered into a partnership to develop approx. 5.2 gigawatts of offshore wind in Denmark across four projects.
Sasol partners with University of Twente to develop technologies for the removal of atmospheric carbon dioxide
The University of Twente is developing a mission-driven programme that focusses on Negative Emission Technologies.
TotalEnergies and Holcim join forces to study solutions for first carbon-free cement plant in Belgium
Various energies and technologies will be assessed for the efficient capture, utilization, and sequestration (CCUS) of around 1.3 million metric tons of CO2 emitted by the facility every year.
Volvo to supply 20 heavy-duty electric trucks to Amazon
Volvo Trucks will deliver fully electric heavy-duty trucks to Amazon in Germany by year end. The 20 Volvo FH Electric are expected to drive more than one million road kilometres annually, fuelled with electricity instead of diesel.
Unilever unveils heavy-duty electric truck as a move towards zero emission vehicles
Unilever has added one of the world’s first heavy-duty electric trucks to our fleet, marking an important milestone in our move towards zero emission vehicles.
Carlsberg signs Power Purchase Agreement with renewable energy company Better Energy
Carlsberg's new PPA contributes progress on two targets under the brewer's ambitious new ESG programme, Together Towards ZERO and Beyond (TTZAB):
TotalEnergies and SARIA join forces to produce sustainable aviation fuels
This agreement is a major step in securing feedstock supply (used cooking oils and animal fats) eligible to produce SAF and will enable the SAF production capacity to reach 210,000 tons per year, 25% higher than foreseen in the initial project announced in 2020.
TotalEnergies and the Technical University of Denmark create a center of excellence in decarbonized energies
This advanced research center will focus on developing reliable, profitable, low-emission energy solutions that will reduce the intermittence of renewables and accelerate the decarbonization of industrial facilities.
Amazon announces 71 new renewable energy projects globally
This includes the company’s first renewable energy project in South America—a solar farm in Brazil—and its first solar farms in India and Poland.
[Marketing Week] Bob Koigi: Brands bolster the sustainability resolve
Brands are stepping up their net zero emissions commitments and reducing their carbon footprint through a raft of campaigns, interventions and partnerships as they seek to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy.
Volvo Trucks starts series production of heavy electric trucks
These trucks can operate at a total weight of 44 tonnes* and the three models represent around two thirds of the company’s sales.
TotalEnergies selected to install 4,400 EV charging stations for electric vehicles in Belgium
TotalEnergies will install up to 4,400 public charge points over the next two years. The new 22 kVA charging stations will be operated under the TotalEnergies brand for a period of twelve years and will be supplied with 100 % renewable electricity generated by offshore wind power in the North Sea off the coast of Belgium.
Amazon adopts green hydrogen to help decarbonize its operations
The company will start to use green hydrogen to replace grey hydrogen, diesel, and other fossil fuels as it works to decarbonize its operations.
[Marketing Week] Bob Koigi: Influencers redefine advertising and brand positioning
In a world where consumers are increasingly becoming skeptical of traditional advertising, marketers are turning to influencers to create authentic content, connect with customers and position brands.
Sasol Chemicals German facility to double its use of green steam from biomass cogeneration facility
Sasol Chemicals, a business unit of Sasol Ltd., plans to double its use of green steam from a first of its kind biomass cogeneration facility adjacent to its Brunsbüttel, Germany facility.
Deutsche Bank adopts measures to further reduce its energy consumption
Deutsche Bank is introducing a comprehensive package of energy saving measures in its German operations that will help the bank save an additional 4,900,000 kWh of electricity each year.
First BorgWarner fast charging stations installed in Italy
The first units of BorgWarner's new fast-charging station, Iperion-120, have been installed by the Italian service provider Route220 and are ready to support drivers of electric vehicles on their journeys in Italy.
Sasol Chemicals achieves sustainability milestone at three largest European sites
Sasol Chemicals, a business unit of Sasol Ltd, has earned certification from the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) system for its three largest manufacturing facilities in Europe.
Volvo Group starts process to establish plant for battery production in Sweden
To meet the growing demand for battery, electric heavy-duty vehicles and machines, the Volvo Group has initiated the process to establish a large-scale production plant for battery cells in Sweden.
JOLT and ADS-TEC Energy launch ultra-fast charging stations in European cities
JOLT Energy and ADS-TEC Energ, as part of their strategic partnership, have announced that the introduction of ultra-fast charging stations in major European cities and the United States is gaining momentum.
Deutsche Bank helps Continuum Green Energy expand renewable energy capacity
The funds raised will be utilised for refinancing existing debt and to support the company’s expansion plans for renewable energy production through its wind and solar hybrid projects.
Volkswagen Group delivers 27 percent more all-electric vehicles in first half year
The Volkswagen Group increased its deliveries of all-electric vehicles by 27 percent in the first six months year-on-year and thus successfully continued its global electric offensive.
Volvo Group, Daimler Truck and the TRATON Group kick off European charging infrastructure joint venture
The new joint venture, with Anja van Niersen as appointed CEO, is expected to have a significant role in supporting the European Union’s Green Deal for carbon-neutral freight transportation by 2050.
Volkswagen enters global battery business with PowerCo
Production will start in 2025. With immediate effect, responsibility for global battery business is to be held by the newly created company “PowerCo”.
Mercedes-Benz prepares car production network for new electric portfolio
Mercedes-Benz is aligning its global production network to manufacture its reshaped product portfolio focused on luxury electric vehicles as the world’s most valuable luxury car brand prepares to go all electric by the end of the decade.
Deutsche Bank signs net zero carbon buildings commitment and joins EP100
Deutsche Bank has signed up to the World Green Building Council’s (WGBC) Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, pledging to reduce and compensate operational emissions associated with energy used to light, heat, cool and power buildings, for assets over which it has direct control.
Volvo Trucks showcases new zero-emissions truck
To decarbonize transport, Volvo Trucks are offering battery electric trucks and trucks that run on renewable fuels, such as biogas. In the second half of this decade, a third CO2-neutral option will be added to its product portfolio – fuel cell electric trucks powered by hydrogen.
Husqvarna expands Power for All Alliance partnership
Husqvarna Group’s largest division, Husqvarna Forest & Garden, is now joining the Power for All Alliance with selected products.
Eneco appoints Publicis Groupe Benelux as new lead agency
Publicis Groupe Benelux will work on energy company Eneco’s brand positioning and associated cross-media campaigns within the Netherlands and Belgium.
CEMEX to operate fully on alternative fuels at UK cement plant
Climafuel is a waste derived fuel which is made using household residual and commercial waste that would otherwise go to landfills. This is another major milestone in CEMEX’s global Future in Action decarbonization strategy.
OpenSolar and GSES create a knowledge platform for Australian solar installers
This is useful not only to keep accreditations up to date for a solar business, but it opens the door to more knowledge for more of a solar company’s employees in the native software environment that they use daily.
Deutsche Bank joins RE100 commitment to renewable electricity
The bank has set a target to source 100% renewable electricity to cover its own operations by 2025. Currently, 91% of Deutsche Bank’s electricity worldwide is from renewable sources.
Volkswagen launches second German site for production of electric vehicles
Volkswagen is pressing ahead with gearing its plants to electric mobility. Volkswagen is expanding its global production network for electric vehicles by starting to make the all-electric ID.4 in Emden.
Volkswagen and Mahindra partner for MEB electric components in Chennai
Both parties announced that they have signed a Partnering Agreement to evaluate the scope of collaboration. Mahindra intends to equip its “Born Electric Platform” with MEB electric components such as electric motors, battery system components and battery cells.
Schneider Electric and Henkel partner to accelerate decarbonization across the supply chain
Henkel and Schneider Electric, both global leaders in sustainability, have worked together for many years to drive progress toward the shared goal of decarbonization.
DHL and Volvo Trucks kick-off new zero emission cooperation with order for up to 44 electric trucks
DHL intends to intensify its transition to heavy electric trucks by deploying a total of 44 new electric Volvo trucks on routes in Europe.
Henkel Australia powers adhesive sites with 100 per cent renewable energy
The plants serve a wide range of industries, such as flexible packaging, engineered wood, food and beverage, steel, paper, mining, and maintenance, repair and overhaul.
Volkswagen Group and SEAT reveal electrification plan for Spain
Electrifying Spain by creating a European Electric Vehicle Hub, building up a battery cell production and full, sustainable E-ecosystem.
GreenIT, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners develop 750MW offshore wind farms in Italy
GreenIT, a joint venture between Plenitude and CDP Equity for the production of energy from renewable sources, and CI IV, signed an agreement to develop two floating offshore wind farms in Sicily and Sardinia
Jackery solar generator solutions expands European market to Spain, France, Italy
Jackery, the global leader in providing portable power station and solar panels, announced its European market expansion into three brand new countries; Spain, France and Italy.
Repsol and Ørsted partner to explore joint development of floating offshore wind projects in Spain
Repsol and Ørsted have an ambition of jointly becoming a leading developer in Spanish offshore wind by combining their complementary strengths.
Volvo Trucks launches electric truck with longer range
The new Volvo VNR Electric also reduces the required charging time, as the 250kW charging capability provides an 80% charge in 90 minutes for the six-battery package, and 60 minutes for the four-battery version.
Nokia joins RE100 as part of target to move to 100% renewable electricity by 2025
Nokia has announced that it has joined RE100, a global initiative led by the Climate Group in partnership with CDP, which brings together the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity.
Haldor Topsøe signs €45m funding deal with EIB to drive green energy transition in Denmark
In line with its strategy to become the global leader in carbon emission reduction technologies by 2024, Danish technology provider Haldor Topsøe has signed a €45 million loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Plastic Energy, TotalEnergies partner for an advanced recycling project in Spain
Plastic Energy and TotalEnergies announced a new agreement to promote the development of advanced plastic recycling. Under this agreement, Plastic Energy plans to build a second advanced recycling plant in Sevilla, Spain.
INEOS signs renewable power deal with Eneco, increases Belgian offshore wind generation to over 200MW
INEOS has agreed a long-term Power Purchase Agreement for renewable offshore wind power in Belgium with sustainable energy producer Eneco.
Fidelis New Energy launches European headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark
Fidelis New Energy, a developer, investor, and operator of climate impact infrastructure, announced its expansion into Europe with its European headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark.
DFDS extends its order with another 25 electric trucks from Volvo
Volvo Trucks has received an order for an additional 25 heavy electric trucks from DFDS, Northern Europe's largest shipping and logistics company.
DFDS extends its record order with another 25 electric trucks from Volvo
Volvo Trucks has received an order for an additional 25 heavy electric trucks from DFDS, Northern Europe's largest shipping and logistics company.
TotalEnergies launches largest battery-based energy storage site in France
TotalEnergies has launched the largest battery-based energy storage facility in France. Located at the Flandres center in Dunkirk, this site, which responds to the need for grid stabilization, has a power capacity of 61 MW.
Comet Bio announces food sustainability investment to build a manufacturing facility in Denmark
Comet Bio, a manufacturer of healthy and sustainable ingredients, announced an investment with RE Energy to build a dedicated manufacturing facility in Denmark.
Volvo Group, Daimler Truck and the Traton Group sign joint venture agreement for European charging network
The parties are committed to initiating and accelerating the necessary build-up of charging infrastructure for the increasing number of customers of electric vehicles in Europe and contribute to climate-neutral transportation in Europe by 2050.
TotalEnergies to install and operate 800 new charge points in Ghent, Belgium
These new charging stations, to be installed by TotalEnergies and operated for the next ten years, will be supplied with 100% renewable electricity generated by offshore wind power in the North Sea off the coast of Belgium.
EBRD, BNP Paribas partner to promote residential energy efficiency in Poland
With raising energy prices across Europe, Poles will have the chance to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and cut their energy bills, thanks to a landmark scheme agreed between the EBRD and Poland’s BNP Paribas.
ENGIE and BASF sign power purchase agreement for renewable energy in Europe
Under the PPA, effective as of January 1, 2022, ENGIE will provide BASF with up to 20.7 terawatt hours of renewable electricity in total throughout the term of the agreement.
Ørsted takes final investment decision on two German offshore wind farms
Ørsted’s Board of Directors has taken final investment decision (FID) on the two German offshore wind farms Gode Wind 3 (242 MW) and Borkum Riffgrund 3 (900 MW) which are expected to be commissioned in 2024 and 2025, respectively.
EBRD boosts renewable energy in Central Europe
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is supporting the transition of Photon Energy NV (Photon Energy), a renewable energy developer and independent power producer with Czech origins.
Wärtsilä enters Belgian market with 25 MW energy storage system to balance the grid
The technology group Wärtsilä will supply a 25-megawatt (MW) / 100-megawatt hour (MWh) energy storage system under an extended equipment delivery and a long-term service agreement in Belgium.
Plug Power, ACCIONA Energía launch AccionaPlug to address green hydrogen market in Spain and Portugal
Plug Power, the provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy, and ACCIONA Energía announced they have finalized the formation of their 50-50 joint-venture.
Plug Power selects Germany's Port of Duisburg as location of European headquarters
Plug Power, the provider of turnkey hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen market, announced its European headquarters will be located in the Port of Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
BP and Schneider Electric collaborate on low carbon energy solutions to help customers decarbonize
Under the terms of the MoU, BP and Schneider Electric intend to combine skills and capabilities to define and scale integrated energy solutions for cities and commercial and industrial customers in hard to abate sectors, such as high emission transportation and heavy industry.
[Marketing Week] Bob Koigi: Betting on emerging technologies to boost communication campaigns
With a growing number of clients keen on tracking ROI on their communication campaigns, communication and PR companies are embracing emerging technologies including artificial Intelligence and cloud computing to deliver that value.
TotalEnergies launches largest solar power plant in France
TotalEnergies launched its largest photovoltaic solar power plant in France, with a capacity of 55 megawatts (MW). The solar farm, located northeast of Gien (Loiret), comprises 126,000 photovoltaic panels spread over 75 hectares.
Technip Energies partners with Svante to develop industrial-scale carbon capture projects in Europe and Middle-East
Technip Energies and Svante have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further develop Svante’s solid sorbent carbon capture technology and provide integrated solutions from concept to project delivery.
Nokia sets sights on 100 per cent green electricity by 2025
Nokia has called for accelerated digitalization and green energy uptake, as well as setting its sights on 100% renewable electricity in its own operations by 2025.
Schneider Electric and GreenYellow partner to accelerate low-carbon trajectory of large companies globally
For Schneider Electric, this partnership supports the development of additional solutions focused on improving energy efficiency for the digital transformation of industrial and building applications.
Maersk Drilling secures two-well Dutch contract for Maersk Resolute
Maersk Drilling has been awarded a contract with ONE-Dyas B.V. which will employ the harsh environment jack-up rig Maersk Resolute to drill the IJssel and Clover exploration wells in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
ReneSola Power, Emeren launch first solar project in Italy
ReneSola Power, a fully integrated solar project developer, and Emeren, a London, United Kingdom-based project developer specialized in the development of renewable energy power announced the launch of a 7 MW ground-mounted solar project in southern Italy.
ENGIE, Crédit Agricole Assurances acquire Eolia Renovables, renewable power producers in Spain
ENGIE and Crédit Agricole Assurances announced they have reached an agreement to acquire a 97.33% stake of Eolia Renovables, one of the largest renewable power producers in Spain.
RWE invests in 44-megawatt onshore wind farm in France
By deciding to invest in the Les Nouvions onshore wind farm, RWE is further expanding its renewables portfolio in France. The 44-megawatt wind farm is located in northern France in the Hauts-de-France region.
TotalEnergies partners with Daimler Truck AG to develop hydrogen ecosystem for transportation in Europe
TotalEnergies and Daimler Truck AG signed an agreement on their joint commitment to the decarbonization of the road freight in the European Union.
TotalEnergies, Iberdrola and Norsk Havvind join forces for offshore wind development
The consortium will leverage in its offer the proven technical expertise of its members in both bottom fixed and floating offshore wind, as well as its in-depth knowledge of the challenges, territories and stakeholders in Norway.
Air Liquide partners with Eni for development of hydrogen mobility in Italy
Eni and Air Liquide have entered into a partnership to invest in the development of the infrastructure necessary to allow the expansion of hydrogen mobility in Italy, to decarbonize the transport segment.
Eni launches 87.5 MWp solar park in France
Solar energy developer Dhamma Energy, fully owned by Eni, inaugurated the 87.5 MWp Athies-Samoussy solar farm in France.
INEOS green hydrogen project accelerates towards net-zero future in Germany by 2045
INEOS, through its subsidiary INOVYN, announced plans to build a large-scale, 100MW electrolyser to produce green hydrogen at the Koln site in Germany.
TotalEnergies partners with Safran to accelerate decarbonization of the aviation industry
TotalEnergies and Safran have signed a strategic partnership agreement to jointly develop technical and commercial solutions for the decarbonization of the aviation industry.
EIB backs Ørsted with €500m loan agreement to boost green energy in the Netherlands
The EIB signed a €500 million loan with Ørsted A/S to support its increased capex programme on renewable energy projects, and the conclusion of the Borssele 1 & 2 wind farms off the Dutch coast.
TotalEnergies, Shell Netherlands, EBN and Gasunie partner to develop offshore CCS project, Aramis
TotalEnergies, Shell Netherlands, Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN) and Gasunie formed a partnership to enable large-scale CO2-reduction for industrial clusters in the Netherlands.
Eni acquires Be Power, expands electric charging services offering in Italy and Europe
Eni, through Eni gas e luce, signed an agreement to acquire 100% of Be Power S.p.A., which through its subsidiary Be Charge is the second largest Italian operator with over 5 thousand electric vehicle charging points on public land.
TotalEnergies signs Renewable Power Purchase Agreement with Air Liquide in Belgium
TotalEnergies, through Lampiris, its energy supply affiliate in Belgium, signed a Corporate Power Purchase Agreement with Air Liquide.
Eni expands renewable projects in Spain
Eni, through Eni gas e luce, has signed an agreement with Azora Capital for the acquisition of a portfolio of nine renewable energy projects in Spain.
bp partners with UK's Quaybridge to accelerate offshore wind growth
bp has formed an exclusive consultancy agreement with Quaybridge, a UK-based renewables consultancy with global expertise in offshore wind.
TotalEnergies partners with Uber to accelerate transition towards electric urban mobility
TotalEnergies and Uber are partnering to accelerate the transition of Uber’s drivers towards electric mobility, by providing support for vehicle conversion and easier access to charge points.
Vodafone’s European network 100% powered by electricity from renewable sources
Vodafone confirmed that its entire European operations – including mobile and fixed networks, data centres, retail and offices – will be 100% powered by electricity from renewable sources from 1 July 2021.
IKEA launches initiative to accelerate suppliers’ transition to renewable electricity
IKEA is striving towards 100% renewable energy throughout the entire value chain. The new program supports nearly 1,600 direct suppliers to switch to 100% renewable electricity.
Heineken Netherlands to transition to green electricity by January 2022
This landmarks a remarkable achievement in the beer manufacturer’s path to net zero impact, reaching carbon neutrality in our own production by 2030.
Global electric car sales set for further strong growth after 40% rise in 2020
New International Energy Agency (IEA), report sees major expansion in electric vehicle adoption this decade, which could accelerate further if governments implement policies aimed at reaching net zero goals.
Amazon becomes Europe’s largest corporate buyer of renewable energy
The company now has 206 renewable energy projects globally, including 71 utility-scale wind and solar projects and 135 solar rooftops on facilities and stores worldwide.
Total begins producing sustainable aviation fuel in France
Total has begun producing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its La Mède biorefinery in southern France and its Oudalle facility near Le Havre. The biojet fuel, made from used cooking oil, will be delivered to French airports starting in April 2021.
Ballard orders for modules to power Scotland's first fuel cell-powered train
Ballard Power Systems announced a purchase order from Arcola Energy, for Ballard FCmoveTM-HD fuel cell modules to power a passenger train planned for demonstration during COP26.
Volvo Cars to fully go electric by 2030
Volvo Cars is committed to becoming a leader in the fast-growing premium electric car market and plans to become a fully electric car company by 2030.
Orange partners with ENGIE to deliver renewable energy supply solution in France
Orange is joining forces with ENGIE, the developer of solar and wind power in France, to deliver a global renewable energy supply solution in the country.
Twenty new companies join The Climate Pledge
Amazon and Global Optimism have announced that 20 new signatories around the world have joined The Climate Pledge:
Carlsberg cut brewery carbon emissions by 12 per cent in 2020, report
The Carlsberg Group’s Sustainability Report 2020 shows solid progress towards the targets set out in its Together Towards ZERO plan, stating its continued commitment to tackling the global challenges the company faces.
KLM, partners commit to reduce carbon footprint with Sustainable Aviation Fuel programme
KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Programme has been renamed the KLM Corporate SAF Programme, Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Volvo Group creates business area dedicated to accelerating electrification
The new business area Volvo Energy is set to strengthen the Volvo Group's business flow of batteries over the life cycle as well as the customer offer for charging infrastructure.
EBRD provides €26m loan to build new wind farms in Poland
Poland is accelerating its transition from fossil fuels with the construction of two new wind farms financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
Total and Engie partner to develop France's largest renewable hydrogen production site
Total and global electric utility company Engie have signed a cooperation agreement to design, develop, build and operate the Masshylia project, France's largest renewable hydrogen production.
Neste partners with DHL Express for the supply of sustainable aviation fuel
Finland oil refining and marketing company Neste has announced that it has signed an agreement with DHL Express, the express service arm of Deutsche Post DHL Group for the supply of sustainable aviation fuel.
Brand Finance identifies which brands will increase their market share in 2021
Brand Finance has created a unique model capable of forecasting sales growth as a result of long-term brand equity and brand awareness.
EBRD supports WKN wind parks in Poland with €39m loan
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is supporting the expansion of green energy and Poland’s green recovery with a loan of €39 million to finance two new wind farms.
ReneSola, Innova form joint venture to develop solar projects in the UK
ReneSola and Innova entered into a strategic partnership agreement to co-develop utility-scale projects in the UK.
Total to use Honeywell UOP technology to produce renewable jet fuel and diesel in France
Honeywell announced Total will use Honeywell UOP Ecofining process technology to produce renewable fuels, primarily for the aviation industry, at its Grandpuits platform at Seine-et-Marne in north central France.
Sterling and Wilson Solar opens new office in Spain
Sterling and Wilson Solar announced the opening of its new office in Spain, following its international expansion strategy.
Siemens Mobility, Siemens Energy join forces to drive development of hydrogen mobility in Germany and Europe
Siemens Energy and Siemens Mobility have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop and offer hydrogen systems for trains.
Ericsson selected as BT’s 5G partner for London and major UK cities
BT and EE customers are set to benefit from Ericsson 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) connectivity following the company’s selection as BT’s 5G RAN provider in the UK capitals London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff and other major cities.
ReneSola Power, Novergy form joint venture to develop solar projects in the UK
ReneSola Power, a fully integrated solar project developer, and Novergy, a subsidy-free solar platform announced a strategic partnership to co-develop utility-scale projects in the UK.
JA Solar supplies modules for first floating PV plants in Spain and Malaysia
JA Solar announced it supplied all photovoltaic (PV) modules for Spain's first grid-connected floating solar plant which is located in the Sierra Brava reservoir in the Extremadura region.
E.ON appoints Publicis Groupe as media and performance partner across Europe
E.ON, the international energy company has appointed a Publicis Groupe Power of One solution led by Starcom as its Media partner across eight major European markets.
Dept acquires strategic design agency Sorthvid
Strategic design agency Sorthvid has announced that they will fully integrate into one of Europe’s leading digital agencies; Dept.
Aleph Commodities acquires majority stake in InterTank
Aleph Commodities, an investment and energy trading company headquartered in London, along with co-investors, has acquired a majority stake in InterTank Nordic AB, an independent storage management and operations company in Sweden.
IKEA commits to remove non-rechargeable alkaline batteries by 2021
Following IKEA’s commitment to inspire and enable people to live a healthier and more sustainable life at home, all non-rechargeable alkaline batteries will be removed from the global home furnishing range by October 2021.
Best Buy, McKinstry, Real Betis, Schneider Electric and Siemens sign the Climate Pledge
Amazon and Global Optimism have announced that Best Buy, McKinstry, Real Betis, Schneider Electric, and Siemens have joined The Climate Pledge, a commitment to be net-zero carbon by 2040.
Valoya launches two new greenhouse LED grow lights in Finland
Valoya, the research driven manufacturer of horticultural LED grow lights has expanded its RX-Series line of greenhouse LEDs with two new models - RX500 and RX600.
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