Looking back – Building a sustainable future with wind energy
Wind power has played a big part in reducing carbon emissions, confirms a recent study. Let’s take this opportunity to look at the big picture: How has the wind energy landscape developed since the construction of the first turbine? And what does the journey ahead look like?
New heights for German hydrogen – How northwest Germany scores big wins with hydrogen
The German government’s National Hydrogen Strategy highlights the significance of hydrogen in the energy transition. This scheme has been bolstered by a major project in the north of the country, which also underlines the importance of close cooperation between wind farm operators and hydrogen producers.
NEOM: The future’s new home? – All about the Red Sea’s green city
In renewable energy’s relatively short existence, no project as ambitious as NEOM has ever been dreamed of. But Saudi Arabia’s potentially greener-than-green city is now under construction. Compared with the erection of the pyramids, but ready in ten years, NEOM and THE LINE represent a massive mindset shift in the region.
Hamburg’s hydrogen economy – Complementary projects in Germany’s biggest seaport
A recent coalition agreement has confirmed plans to develop one of the world's largest hydrogen electrolysis plants in the Port of Hamburg. This, however, is just one part of the wider-reaching strategy to greenify industrial affairs in the city – and beyond. Read on to discover more exciting things happening with hydrogen in Hamburg.
Green hydrogen on the rise – Green H2 to be cheaper in 2030 than blue H2
The production of blue hydrogen has always been cheaper than its green counterpart. But this is set to change by 2030 – marking a triumph for the wind industry. But what exactly is changing? And what does that for wind farm operators?