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Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. | April 04, 2022
To support India's decarbonization efforts, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IndianOil), the country's largest refiner and retailer of petroleum products, Larsen & Toubro (L&T), India's largest engineering and construction conglomerate, and ReNew Power, India's leading renewable energy company, announced the signing of a binding term sheet for the formation of a joint venture (JV) company to develop the country's nascent green hydrogen sector.
Power Technology | April 17, 2020
Renewable energy company EDP Renováveis (EDPR) has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Mexico-based electricity supplier Ammper Energía. As per the terms of the agreement, EDPR will supply clean energy generated by its 200MW Los Cuervos solar PV project to the Mexican company for 15 years. With this new PPA, EDPR noted that it has reached 80% of the 7GW target wind and solar global capacity build-out for 2019-2022 period. EDP Renováveis CEO João Manso Neto said: “We are very pleased wit...
CSA Group | October 27, 2020
As demand for medical-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) continues to increase in the fight against COVID-19, the need to ensure that this equipment is available and safe within Canada is becoming critically important. Until now, there have been no domestic providers of testing and certification services for medical-grade PPE. Today, CSA Group has announced the opening of an accredited, special-purpose laboratory dedicated to testing and certifying the safety of medical-grade PPE. This ne...
Microsoft | February 02, 2020
Microsoft has announced a plan to become carbon negative by 2030 and to remove all the carbon they have emitted since their founding by 2050. The company will need to remove more carbon from the air than they release each year to become carbon negative. Microsoft’s Chief Environmental Officer Lucas Joppa tells ABC Audio climate change is the reason. “We looked at the [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] best available science and a fairly alarming report that came out in 2018, the Specia...
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