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Oil Giant BP Plans 1GW Blue Hydrogen Project in UK

In the fast race between oil giants to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, BP announced on March 18 it is developing plans for the UK’s largest blue hydrogen production facility, targeting 1GW of hydrogen production by 2030. The project could help the UK government’s ambitious target for the country to be …

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The Miracle of BP’s Zero-Emissions Goal

When Lord Browne ran BP (formerly British Petroleum) from 1995 to 2007, those initials also stood, aspirational, for “Beyond Petroleum”. The company made renewable energy investments that complemented its green and yellow flowery trademark. But Browne’s corporate investments in renewables were early. His successor Tony Hayward abandoned renewables and resumed …

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World’s Lightest Blade Passes First Tests

Edinburgh-based ACT Blade Ltd – a spin-off company from yacht-sail developer SMAR Azure — has completed the first of two static tests of its novel lightweight blade for wind farms at ORE Catapult’s National Renewable Energy Centre in Blyth. The tests are designed to pave the way for the blade’s …

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