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Vertical turbine by developer Alpha 311 can spin from gentle air movement
The O2 Arena will soon use a new breed of “vertical wind turbine” to generate its own clean electricity, after signing a deal with a startup firm that says its turbines will generate power even when the wind is not blowing.
The London landmark once known as the Millennium Dome will begin by installing 10 of the 68cm (27in) vertical turbines. The breezy conditions at the site on the River Thames will help generate enough clean electricity to power 23 homes.
Atlantic U.S. utility National Grid is partnering to demonstrate a multi-use renewable hydrogen-based energy storage and delivery system in New York.
The venture with Standard Hydrogen Corp. will focus around developing what National Grid called the first such hydrogen storage and delivery system in New York’s Capital Region. The project is expected to be completed late next year.
The planned system will produce hydrogen from purchased renewable power exclusively. Once stored, it then can be offered for market-based zero-carbon energy services that support electric services, heating, zero emissions vehicles and commercial gas services.
“Green, renewable hydrogen is a key piece of the puzzle to reach net-zero by 2050,” said Badar Khan, president of National US, in a statement. “The new hydrogen-based system is doing to reduce emissions in New York across power, transportation and heating—the three most difficult sectors to decarbonize.”
Green, or carbon-free, hydrogen can be produced from an electrolysis fueled by other zero-carbon energy resources such as utility-scale wind or solar.
Standard Hydrogen Corp. will operate the hydrogen production and storage site to reduce potential financial impact on National Grid’s utility customers.
National Grid said the move to hydrogen helps achieve its goal such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions from direct operations 80 percent by 2030, and reduce GHG emissions from the electricity and gas businesses 20 percent by 2030.
The utility provides electric and gas service to customers in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
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POWERGEN International will return live next January in Dallas. Hydrogen: What’s New, What’s Next? is one of the tracks and seeking presentations to explain the future of H2 in the generation mix. Our call for speakers is now open until May 17. Submit your idea here.
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Southern Communities for a Green New Deal is a new policy platform that builds on the national Green New Deal to center and serve the region’s low-income communities and communities of color.
Largest-Ever Private Label Partnership with International Manufacturer of Generator Power Systems Reinforces Electriq Power’s Industry-Leading Solutions
Sector coupling project with E.On and Linde targeting 95% cut to emissions by 2050
Recognising the urgent need to make net zero a reality, Centrica has announced that it will accelerate its commitment to be net zero by 2045, five years ahead of its previous target and the UK deadline. The company has also announced a new commitment to helping its customers be net zero by 2050.
Mark Drakeford pays visit via videolink to see Bombora’s first industrial-scale mWave device