The German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency has granted Iberdrola approval to build Baltic Eagle, the Baltic Sea’s largest offshore wind farm. With a capacity of 476 MW, Baltic Eagle will be able to generate enough clean energy to power 475,000 homes, while reducing carbon emissions by over 800,000 tonnes per year. By the end of 2024, the wind farm should be operational.
Salzgitter AG, a German steel maker, has picked Andritz to construct a 100 MW electrolysis plant that will generate green hydrogen to decarbonise steel production. The green hydrogen plant will be situated at Salzgitter Flachstahl’s […]
Innergex Renewable Energy, based in Canada, has completed the $685.6 million acquisition of Aela Generación and Aela Energa, together known as Aela. Aela was founded in 2013 by a joint venture between Mainstream Renewable Power, […]
Eneco is planning to build a new 50 MW/200 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) to be installed in Ville-sur-Haine in the Wallonia region of Belgium. Eneco will fully own the project. The company has […]