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Portugal sees green hydrogen output by end-2022, $12 billion in investment lined up

Portugal will start producing green hydrogen by the end of 2022 and already has private investment worth around 10 billion euros ($12 billion) lined up for eight projects that are expected to move forward, Environment Minister Joao Matos Fernandes said.

read more... 26/02/2021

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Geothermal energy projects in the US receive $46m boost

A total of 17 projects in the US are receiving up to a total of $46 million (£33m) in funding for domestic, carbon-free geothermal energy, with the potential to supply power to homes across the country.

read more... 26/02/2021

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EU says it does not need Nord Stream 2, but only Germany can block it

The European Union does not need the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for its energy security but any decision to stop the project carrying Russian natural gas to Germany would have to come from Berlin, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday.

read more... 24/02/2021

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Qatar's LNG Megaprojects Are Making Markets Increasingly Competitive

Qatar Petroleum’s recently set a new record for the largest LNG export project ever. By 2026, the country will once again become the world's largest supplier of liquefied natural gas by overtaking Australia. The signing of the contract was delayed for a year due to economic uncertainty as a direct consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic. With the mega-expansion, the market could be oversupplied for years and the feasibility of other projects that are awaiting their investment decision could be in jeopardy.

read more... 23/02/2021

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Average prices rise in French large-scale solar tender, 452 MWp awarded

The French government has allocated 452 MWp of capacity in its latest tender for utility-scale solar projects in which the average price rose by 4.7% from the previous call.

read more... 22/02/2021

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