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Solar plant that was delivered ‘100% digitally’ operational
Solar project was delivered using automation, survey robots, machine-controlled equipment and drones
Bechtel: ‘The future of construction is digital’
Bechtel highlights how they are utilising technology on the Cutlass Solar project in Texas, US
Ferrovial to design and build 62MW solar plants in Spain
Infrastructure company Ferrovial will design ad build two photovoltaic plants capable of producing a combined 62MWp (megawatt peak) in Matalebreras, Spain.
UK firm’s solar fence panels promise to generate 425 watts each
UK-based Jacksons Fencing has launched a new solar fence panel, with each one capable of generating 425 watts.
Intermat 2024: HD Hyundai Infracore extends e-Powerpack range
The South Korean company offers LFP and NCM battery modules in a range of capacities
Cemex Croatia to build new solar power plants at three production facilities
The projects will be co-financed by the EU’s Modernisation Fund
EIB grants US$115 million loan for Lithuanian power plant
Construction of 110MW unit Kruonis PSHP facility expected to start this year
Energy firm secures $588m to build huge Texas solar farm for Microsoft
Primergy Solar, which develops and operates utility-scale solar and storage projects, has secured $588 million to build a 408MW solar farm in Hill County, Texas.
Cowi awarded engineering design contract for offshore wind project
Company awarded contract for front-end engineering design on offshore wind project
Intermat 2024: E-Neo to show new battery energy storage system
BESS offers electric/hydraulic or pure electric power
Plans unveiled for hydrogen plant in UK
French hydrogen producer Lhyfe to establish 20MW production facility in northern England
Cadeler wins major contract on Baltica 2 offshore wind farm
Danish renewables specialist will install turbines on huge project in Polish Baltic Sea
US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Germany announces US$17 billion package to subsidise gas-to-hydrogen shift
Germany’s government will subsidise gas power plants that can switch to run on hydrogen to the tune of €16 billion (US$17 billion), it has announced.
The 6 project types China is expected to target under BRI
China is expected to focus on six types of projects as it grows engagement under its Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) this year.
Renewables developer aims for 750MW of energy projects in H1 2024
Renewable energy developer Queequeg Renewables is set to submit planning permission for more than a dozen renewable energy projects across the UK by the end of June this year.
The Blue Circle and Royal Group to develop ‘first wind project’ in Cambodia
The project will involve the development, financing, building, owning and operating of the wind farm
UK government gives go-ahead for construction of multi-billion-pound carbon capture facility
The UK government has granted development consent for the construction of a major new, multi-billion-pound carbon capture and storage project.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development supporting wind energy projects in Poland
The EBRD’s financing will be complemented by equal co-financing from PKO Bank Polski
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