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FuelCell Energy and POSCO Energy open 20 MW fuel cell park in South Korea FuelCell Energy and POSCO Energy open 20 MW fuel cell park in South Korea

US-based FuelCell Energy and its South Korean partner POSCO Energy have dedicated the 20 MW Noeul Green Energy Company fuel cell park in Seoul, which was constructed in just 10 months.

IVECO receives industry award for dedication to developing natural gas vehicles IVECO receives industry award for dedication to developing natural gas vehicles

As a part of the NGV GLOBAL 2017 conference, the natural gas vehicles association held an international gathering on March 22 to present a series of sector awards. IVECO received the "NGV Global Industry Champion" award recognizing the brand's 20 years' of pioneering work in developing a full range of natural gas vehicles from light, medium and heavy trucks to buses.

Edinburgh technology duo secure £2.5 million to turn wave power into electricty

It’s a problem that has long thwarted wave energy pioneers – how to transform the slow back and forth motion of waves into a reliable and cost-effective stream of electricity.Now two Edinburgh firms – Artemis Intelligent Power and Quoceant – have together secured £2.5 million from Scottish agency Wave Energy Scotland to trial a prototype which aims to do just that.

Storage and renewables to secure clean and affordable power in South Australia

The South Australian Government has outlined a strong and detailed strategy to create a 21st century power system that is more resilient and affordable, while making greater use of renewable energy and storage, the Clean Energy Council said.

Iran and Middle East could adopt fully renewable electricity systems

A new study has suggested that Iran could transition to a fully renewable electricity system and financially benefit from it by 2030. Researchers at Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) show that major oil-producing countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region could turn their abundant renewable energy resources into lucrative business opportunities in less than two decades.

ABB delivers first urban battery storage solution in Denmark

ABB has announced the successful commissioning of Denmark’s first urban energy storage system.

ENGIE and Schneider Electric collaborate to digitize the energy sector

Schneider Electric and ENGIE have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore and deploy new digital solutions for operational efficiency of renewable assets (wind and solar PV), leveraging supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), historian and related application software powered by Schneider Electric’s Wonderware brand.

Cardiff University researchers to develop tool to project Wales’s greenhouse gas emissions up to 2050

Scientists from Cardiff University are developing a tool to forecast Wales’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next 30 years.

Physicist who helped power villages in India named editor of new Cell Press energy journal Physicist who helped power villages in India named editor of new Cell Press energy journal

Philip Earis, a former editor at the Royal Society of Chemistry and the founder of a non-profit that develops and installs solar energy technology in off-grid communities in Western India, has been named the inaugural editor of Joule, a new Elsevier journal spanning energy research across scales and disciplines.