Exxon launches lithium business, targets supply to 1 million EVs by 2030

ExxonMobil has announced plans to produce lithium from land in southern Arkansas, USA, that it acquired earlier this year, marking one of the first direct forays by legacy oil and ... Read More

Johnson Matthey demos 'HyRefine' tech for recycling hydrogen materials

Johnson Matthey has announced the successful lab scale demonstration of its new 'HyRefine' technology for recycling hydrogen fuel cell and electrolyzer materials. The company claim... Read More

Solid Power presents its first A-sample cells for automotive qualification

Solid-state battery technology firm Solid Power has recently made first A-1 EV battery cell deliveries to BMW to formally enter automotive qualification. The company is report... Read More

Daily Shorts: Canadian satellite to monitor CO2 from space, global treaty on plastic pollution, and more

Canadian emissions tracking company GHGSat launched Vanguard, a satellite that will help monitor CO2 emissions from individual industrial facilities such as coal plants and steel m... Read More

ADS-TEC installs 20 MW BESS for Polar Structure AB in Sweden

Battery charging and storage tech firm ADS-TEC Energy has announced the installation of eight large-scale storage containers based battery energy storage solution in... Read More

​Tesla will double components sourced from India to $2 billion, says trade minister Goyal

Tesla is planning to double the amount of components it will import from India to almost $2 billion, the country's Union commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal annou... Read More

Renault Korea's Busan plant to make pure-electric Polestar 4 starting 2025

Renault Korea Motors (RKM) is enlarging its role as hub for EV exports in South Korea, with its latest agreement with EV manufacturer Polestar and its corporate... Read More

Electric air taxi services soon to become a reality in India

India's urban transportation sector is ripe for disruption. The InterGlobe Enterprises, a leading travel and hospitality conglomerate on Thursday (Oct. 10) signed an agreement with... Read More

Scania and sennder's new JV looks to drive electric truck adoption in Europe

Swedish heavy-duty transport solutions provider, Scania AB, along with digital road-freight forwarder, sennder, have joined forces to launch a new joint venture to drive large-scal... Read More

How China plans to put the brakes on methane, a gas that's 28 times deadlier than CO2

China has released its much-awaited plan to reduce methane emissions, but the results have been mixed, drawing praise and disappointment. The plan, outlined earlier this week towar... Read More

Daily Shorts: Quebec getting $3 bn GH2 project, Tesla heads to new markets, and more

TES Canada H2 Inc plans to set up a 70,000 metric tons per annum green hydrogen plant in Quebec, and the news could be announced as soon as this week. The $2.9 billion project will... Read More

Battery Electric Vehicle sales double in UK's used car market in 2023 Q3

According to the latest figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the Battery electric vehicle (BEVs) sales soar by a record 99.9 percent, ac... Read More

Argentina calls for progression integration of ESS in its energy system

Argentina is expected to call for expressions of interest (EOI) for deployment of energy storage systems (ESS) in its electricity generation and transmission networks very soon, ba... Read More

IESA partners with Messe Muenchen India for EV Asia Expo 2024

India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA), a leading industry body focused on the promotion of energy storage, e-mobility, green hydrogen and clean technologies in India has tied up wit... Read More

Daily Shorts: Fonterra to cut farm emissions, Oxy wants to licence its carbon capture technology, and more

Fonterra, the world's largest dairy exporter, said it would reduce farm emissions by 30 percent by 2030, largely by improving farm practices, deploying novel technologies, and plan... Read More

Siemens, Air Liquide begin production at GW-scale electrolyzer factory in Berlin

Siemens Energy and Air Liquide have inaugurated their new multi-gigawatt electrolyzer factory located in Berlin, Germany. The series production of the hydrogen technology was start... Read More

CATL, Quinbrook sign pact for deploying 10GWh+ of stationary energy storage

Battery giant, Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Ltd (CATL) has signed a Global Framework Agreement with renewable energy developer, Quinbrook to deploy more than 10 GWh of its ... Read More

Green concrete offers a quick fix to building emissions

The buildings & construction sector is among the most polluting industries in the world, accounting for up to 40 percent of global carbon emissions, according to one estimate. ... Read More

Daily Shorts: BlackRock backs Oxy's DAC project, Rivian ups EV production, and more

US electric vehicle maker Rivian Automotive raised its forecast for full-year production to 54,000 units, an increase of 2,000 units. The Amazon-backed company also said it would e... Read More

Volvo Cars Energy Solutions eye EV battery spare capacity for V2G ecosystem

Volvo Cars has launched a new business unit - Volvo Cars Energy Solutions - to offer energy storage and smart charging-related technologies and services that enable battery el... Read More

Gogoro partners with HPCL to roll out battery-swapping stations across India

India's Oil and Gas major, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) has signed an agreement with Taiwan-based battery-swapping solutions provider, Go... Read More

Avnos launches the world’s first hybrid direct air capture system in California

Avnos, a Los Angeles-based startup that provides hybrid direct air capture (HDAC) technology on Monday (Oct.6) said it has begun operations of its first commercial p... Read More

Daily Shorts: NextEra EP sells Texas pipelines, US to spend $2 billion on greening buildings, and more

Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan has agreed to acquire NextEra Energy Partners' natural gas pipelines in South Texas in a $1.82 billion deal. The pipeline portfolio, STX Midstream, ... Read More

Air Products to create Europe's largest blue hydrogen plant at Rotterdam

Air Products announced it will build a carbon capture and carbon dioxide (CO2) treatment facility at its existing hydrogen production plant in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The facil... Read More

Duke Energy announces end-to-end green hydrogen system in Florida

American energy firm Duke Energy has recently proposed one-of-its-kind demonstration project to create clean energy using an end-to-end system to produce, store... Read More

Sungrow to deliver 100MW/330MWh BESS for Penso Power’s energy storage project in the UK

Leading solar PV and energy storage system provider, Sungrow has entered into an agreement with Penso Power and BW ESS to deliver a battery energy storage system (BESS) for Penso P... Read More

Daily Shorts: Singapore’s Sembcorp eyes 25 GW RE capacity by 2028, Orsted cancels projects due to ship shortage, and more

Danish wind developer Orsted has cancelled two offshore projects off the coast of New Jersey, but that had less to do with margin squeeze and more to do with supply side bottleneck... Read More

KG Mobility deepens partnership with BYD for battery packs, hybrid systems

South Korean automaker KG Mobility (formerly SsangYong Motor Company) has recently signed strategic agreements with the BYD Group for setting up a battery pack factory in... Read More

COP28: Key points that will dominate the global climate talks

With less than a month to go for the 28th session of the Conference of Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework for Climate Change (UNFCC), global voices calling for acceler... Read More

IIT researchers crack CO2-to-CO method that could help decarbonize industry

India has granted researchers at IIT Bombay a patent for technology that converts CO2 into CO or carbon monoxide, in a process that holds huge potential for carbon capture and ener... Read More