Amazon Backs 26 Green Projects in Drive to Renewable Energy

Amazon.com Inc. made an announcement in December to say it was backing 26 new wind and solar utility projects around the globe, a massive investment that the company said made it the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy. The retail and technology company said the utility-scale projects, located in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Sweden, the U.K. and the U.S., would have the capacity to produce 3.4 gigawatts of electricity. Read more →

Hydrogen era no longer a distant mirage

For decades oil producers have stored fossil fuels in manmade caverns carved into naturally occurring salt domes, deep below the surface of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Now, this hydrogen infrastructure will form the center of several marquee initiatives launched in 2020 to unlock the much broader potential of the most abundant element in the universe. Read more →

Missing Pieces of Decarbonization Puzzle Realized

These are exciting times as the renewable energy future is a focus for so many organizations and governments around the world, as indicated by attendance of the Wärtsilä sponsored webcast hosted by GreenBiz on November 19, 2020, Missing Pieces of Decarbonization Puzzle Realized. Emerging technologies are moving closer to reality, which makes ambitious energy goals more realistic and the path to 100 percent renewable energy is now within reach. Read more →

Wärtsilä shares solutions to avoid California’s blackout scenarios and accelerate the path to 100% renewable power

October 7, 2020

Global energy technology company Wärtsilä, shared a new Optimal Path to accelerate California’s efforts to reach their clean energy goals after a record-breaking heat wave in the Western U.S. exceeded the power supply in the region. A chain reaction of events caused rolling blackouts for more than 2-million Californians and provided new data for energy Read more →

New Regulatory Frameworks for Grid Flexibility

In the very near future RE will become the baseload in power systems and flexibility will be the enabler. Without flexible power generation to balance the system, and provide critical power, significant RE penetration cannot be achieved and the savings that low cost RE promise will not be realized. Read more →