Leaked documents show nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26

Saudi Arabia, Japan and Australia are reportedly some of the countries that have written a report to the UN asking for less emphasis to be put on the end of fossil fuels

Australia power firm granted $2.17m to assess green hydrogen export to Japan

Stanwell Corporation, in partnership with Japan’s Iwatani Corporation, will investigate the feasibility of developing a facility, capable of producing up to 36,500 tonnes of hydrogen annually

Siemens Gamesa offshore turbine ‘typhoon-resistant’

It has received a second rotor-nacelle assembly (RNA) IEC certificate covering resistance to extreme wind conditions

(Not) gone with the wind!

Siemens Gamesa has been awarded a typhoon-proof wind turbine deal for an onshore wind cluster in Japan

Ørsted, JWD and Eurus team up to develop offshore wind farms in Japan

The three companies have prepared to participate in the upcoming offshore wind auction round in Japan, which closes later this month

EBRD, EU and Japan backs Kyrgyz Republic’s water infrastructure with €4.8m

The funding is predicted to help a water company save around 1.6m cubic metres of drinking water and 93,000kWh of electricity annually

UK researchers offered £1m to collaborate with Japan on civil nuclear energy

Proposals must address one of the following topics: radioactive waste treatment, robotic and autonomous systems for decommissioning, fuel debris materials and decommissioning technology

Japan to dispose of 1.2m tonnes of Fukushima nuclear power plant water into the ocean

Japan’s Prime Minister said disposal of treated water is an ‘unavoidable issue’

‘World’s first’ Aussie-Japanese project to produce hydrogen from coal

Brown coal will be used with carbon capture and storage technology to produce clean hydrogen

Fukushima – 10 years on…

Today marks the ten year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster that rocked the world – what happened, what were its impacts and how does the future look?