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Denmark postpones final shutdown of three fossil fuel plants

Denmark intends to postpone the final shutdown of three fossil fuel power plants until the summer of 2024 due to the energy crisis.

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Hydrogen train makes 700-mile journey across Germany

Emission-free travel over a distance equivalent to the length of Great Britain has been achieved in Germany by a railway train powered using hydrogen

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A partnership between the UAE’s Masdar and Japan’s Sumitomo to convert waste into energy

The Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company “Masdar”, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, has announced the signing of an agreement with Sumitomo and Bee’ah. The agreement between Masdar,

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BMW to use hydrogen

BMW aims to invest in solar, geothermal, and hydrogen energy sectors to lower its dependence on natural gas from Russia amidst the war crisis.

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Beijing’s data centers go green

A draft, by the Beijing Development and Reform Commission, proposes to further strengthen the energy conservation review of the Beijing Data Center Project, requiring the project to increase the proportion of renewable energy utilization by 10% each year, to achieve 100% by 2030.

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China’s steel industry accelerates decarbonization

China’s steel industry is stepping up efforts to shift toward low-carbon production as the country pushes toward greener economic growth.

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Russia to dominate 20% of the global hydrogen market

The Russian Energy Minister revealed that Russia aims to dominate about 20% of the global hydrogen market.