- “Air Products Announces $5 Billion Renewable Hydrogen To Ammonia Investment” • US chemical business Air Products announced a $5 billion joint investment Saudi generator ACWA Power and tech accelerator city Neom for a power-to-hydrogen-to-ammonia production plant in Saudi Arabia powered by 4 GW of renewable energy. [Power Technology]
- “Capital Dynamics Signs 4.8-GW Deal To Increase Portfolio In The US” • Capital Dynamics announced that its Clean Energy Infrastructure business signed an agreement for 4.8 GW with Tenaska. The transaction comprises 24 solar projects in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator and Southeast Reliability Council markets. [reNEWS]
- “EU Unveils 40-GW Green Hydrogen Vision” • The EU will support development of up to 40 GW of green hydrogen projects by 2030, according to the EU Hydrogen Strategy. From 2020 to 2024, the EU will support the installation of at least 6 GW of renewable hydrogen electrolyzers, and the production of up to 1 million tonnes of renewable hydrogen. [reNEWS]
- “2.3 GW Of USA Wind And Solar Projects Get Investment From ENGIE And Hannon Armstrong” • News from Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital and ENGIE highlight how attractive the US is for renewable investment. They have committed to investing into a massive 2.3 GW wind and solar power pipeline in the US. [CleanTechnica]
- “NSW To Call For Wind, Solar And Storage Proposals For Second Renewable Zone” • New South Wales’ Coalition state government is preparing to announce the second phase of its renewable energy zone program, with a call-out for up to 8 GW of wind, solar, and storage projects in a new zone in the north of the state. [Renew Economy]
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