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Yara opens renewable hydrogen plant to produce low carbon fertilisers

A renewable hydrogen plant has been built by Yara International in Herøya, Norway, which has already delivered the first tonnes of low carbon fertilisers.

Partnership facilitates off-grid solar energy in Africa

d.light, the global provider of transformational household products and affordable finance for low-income households, has partnered with global telecom operator Orange to open up access to off-grid solar energy for customers in 11 African countries.

Ireland’s biomethane strategy offers income boost for farmers

The republic of Ireland's national biomethane strategy will be brought to cabinet today in what is being seen as a boost to both the country and its' farmers.

National energy related emissions decrease by 7.3% in Ireland

National energy related emissions have decreased by 7.3% in Ireland, according to a recent report from the SEAI, reaching their lowest level in 30 years.

India’s air pollution impacts solar performance

India's solar power industry is being significantly impacted by poor air quality during the Winter months due to air pollution.

Renewable Energy systems now generate all electricity for seven countries

Seven countries now generate 100% of their electricity from renewable energy systems according to a report from the International Energy Agency.

New Australian policy announced to help drive forward the country’s energy transition

The Australian Prime Minister Mr Anthony Albanese has announced an initiative to capitalise on the global energy transition and the country's significant clean energy resources.

European Biogas Association explores digestate’s contribution to healthy soils

The European Biogas Association has launched a comprehensive white paper exploring the potential of digestate in fostering healthy soils and advancing sustainable agricultural practices across Europe.

Construction begins on one of Europe’s largest battery storage production plants

Construction of one of Europe's largest battery production plants has begun in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany, expected to produce 80,000 energy storage systems per year.

Wind power must be seen as critical infrastructure says European Economic and Social Committee

The European Economic and Social Committee has championed the critical role of wind power in the EU's energy transition, highlighting that a strong wind industry would improve the EU’s environmental, economic and social well-being.  

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