Innovative Greentech & Energy Transition

First Offshore Wind Farm in Japan Begins Operations

The first offshore wind farm in Japan, known as the Noshiro Port offshore wind farm,…

The North Seas Energy Cooperation is reactivated by the United Kingdom

To reengage with the North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC), the United Kingdom signed an MOU with NSEC members and the European Commission today. In the North Sea, the Irish Sea, and the Celtic Sea, the NSEC promotes the coordinated development…

German organization urges lawmakers to reverse the trend toward SUVs

The German Energy Agency (dena) has stated that the current trend toward heavy and fuel-hungry sports utility vehicles (SUVs) poses a threat to Germany’s climate ambitions and that authorities should work to reverse the trend. According to dena, “the share…

Siemens Gamesa is recognized as a pioneer in climate change transparency

For the third year in a row, the international nonprofit organization CDP gave Siemens Gamesa a ‘A’ rating for our leadership in environmental transparency on climate change. The evaluation was based on CDP’s comparison of Siemens Gamesa to more than…

Russia’s Rosatom is competing to build the first nuclear plant in Saudi Arabia

Russia, represented by the state corporation Rosatom, is preparing to participate in a tender to build the first nuclear plant in Saudi Arabia, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak announced in an article. Novak wrote an article for “Energy Policy” magazine,…

Germany’s 2022 renewable energy output increases but falls short of the 2030 objective

The Environment Agency reported on Monday that although Germany’s power production from renewable energy increased in 2022, it is still below the threshold required to fulfill the aim of generating 80% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030. The agency…