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Short-term (tomorrow!), medium-term, and long-term: whichever way you frame it, small businesses can save energy - and money - by following some simple steps. Our guide to energy efficiency for small businesses will banish any worries about time, potential outlays, and value as barriers to entry. Any investment is usually...

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MPSC greenlights $550M Mid-Michigan Pipeline by Consumers Energy

The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) approved a $550 million Consumers Energy Co. plan this week to build the Mid-Michigan Pipeline, a replacement for...
Japanese Ministry, Kyocera in blockchain renewable energy solution

Renewable Hydrogen Coalition will position Europe as world-leader on renewable hydrogen

Europe’s top renewable energy organisations are launching the Renewable Hydrogen Coalition today to give voice to businesses and thought leaders that will be decisive...
Spanish Energy Giants Call for Clean Hydrogen Funding and Rules

Spanish Energy Giants Call for Clean Hydrogen Funding and Rules

Spain could become a renewable hydrogen powerhouse but will need public funding and a favorable regulatory framework, the country’s energy majors told the government. Top...
EU to boost green hydrogen use for decarbonisation, focus on energy efficiency

Hyundai and INEOS partner for hydrogen energy production

Hyundai Motor Company and INEOS signed an MoU to explore new opportunities to accelerate the global hydrogen economy. Hyundai and INEOS will jointly investigate opportunities...
Danish Group Plans Industrial-Scale Renewable Hydrogen Production

CIP joins 5,000-MW green hydrogen project in Western Australia

Hydrogen Renewables Australia and Denmark-based Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) today said they will collaborate on the 5,000-MW Murchison green hydrogen project in Western Australia. The...
Origin, Fortescue unveil plans for large green hydrogen projects in Tasmania

Origin, Fortescue unveil plans for large green hydrogen projects in Tasmania

Origin Energy Ltd will study the possibility of building a 500-MW-plus green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Tasmania’s Bell Bay just as Fortescue Metals...

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