In a recent turn of events, Plug Power witnessed a 5.6% dip in Wednesday’s trading following Morgan Stanley’s decision to downgrade its rating to Underweight from Equal Weight.
During the recent visit of the Belgian Royal Couple to Germany, three energy giants – Fluxys, OGE, and Wintershall Dea – inked cooperation agreement, ushering in a new era of cross-border collaboration in the realm of clean energy.
Shell and Stork have solidified their collaboration through an agreement for the Holland Hydrogen 1 Project.
Ford Trucks has joined forces with Hexagon Purus, a global leader in zero-emission infrastructure and mobility solutions.
Emirates Steel Arkan (ESA), Ohmium International, and Khalifa University of Science and Technology have inked a Strategic Collaboration on Hydrogen Research and Development, solidifying the UAE’s commitment to advancing green steel production.
Masdar has solidified its collaboration with Indonesia’s state-owned utility company, PLN. The partnership aims to propel the development of Southeast Asia’s largest floating solar power plant and venture into the promising realm of green hydrogen production.
Italgas introduced Nimbus, a technological marvel set to transform the landscape of gas measurement, at Enlit Paris.
Ørsted revealed that the EU-Catalyst Partnership, comprising the European Commission, Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, and the European Investment Bank, is backing the FlagshipONE project.
Yara Clean Ammonia, North Sea Container Line, and Yara International are spearheading an unprecedented venture—the creation of the world’s inaugural container ship fueled by clean ammonia.
ZeroAvia has inked a deal with EcoJet, an airline aspiring to be the flag carrier for a green Britain. The agreement encompasses up to 70 hydrogen-electric, zero-emission engines, marking a significant step toward realizing the world’s first electric airline.