Imperial College and ABB extend carbon capture partnership

ABB and Imperial College London have extended their partnership for a decade, enhancing their carbon capture pilot plant to train future professionals and address STEM shortages

UK must add 24 wind farms in seven years to hit wind power target

The government has set a target to grow offshore wind power capacity from 13.7GW to 50GW by 2030

Firms join for ‘Europe’s most ambitious hydrogen project yet’

The 600MW facility will produce 240 tonnes of green hydrogen per day

Green tech helps stabilise UK power grid

The project in Lister Drive Greener Grid Park is predicted to provide around 1% of the UK’s inertia requirement for 2025, saving consumers around £99 million

National Grid switches on Statkraft’s Green Park

The project in Liverpool is now up and running providing inertia to the UK’s grid

Vattenfall ‘unfreezes’ EV charge for polar temperatures!

The company has trialled the use of an electric truck within the arctic circle

Italvolt and ABB strike agreement for gigafactory in Italy

The Italian start-up is building a gigafactory with a 45MWh production capacity for lithium-ion batteries for EVs

Wave energy puts a rig on it!

The Swedish-headquartered developer CorPower has developed what is described as the world’s largest wave energy test rig

Synchronous condensers are key to enabling renewable growth – but what are they?

We spoke to Kristina Carlquist, General Manager within ABB’s Synchronous Condensers unit, to find out

South Korea’s ‘first’ electric passenger ferry makes a splash

The vessel will carry more than 100 passengers and will enter operation in 2022