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Energy farm to help German municipality go CO2-free by 2030

Energy farm to help German municipality go CO2-free by 2030

Green Solar and Siemens Energy have signed an agreement to develop a concept for Herzogenrath in Aachen that could make the city a national and international leader in the energy transition.

Swedish city modernises electricity grid to combat lack of power capacity

Swedish city modernises electricity grid to combat lack of power capacity

Borås is working with Itron to deploy 46,000 IIoT and smart electric meters to meet new regulatory demands and enable real-time visibility into the grid and energy usage.

World's first hydrogen bus fleet rolls out in France

World's first hydrogen bus fleet rolls out in France

The new service will see eight 18-metre long Van Hool buses operate on a 6km dedicated line in the centre of Pau.

Report highlights three 'transformative' areas for city climate action

Report highlights three 'transformative' areas for city climate action

According to the World Resources Institute, cities should incorporate climate risks into planning and focus on nature-based solutions.

London to launch green energy company

London to launch green energy company

Partnership is part of the mayor’s wider Energy for Londoners programme, which aims to make London’s homes warm, healthy and affordable and to supply more local clean energy.

HVDC cable to facilitate energy exchange between UK and Denmark

HVDC cable to facilitate energy exchange between UK and Denmark

Siemens has been awarded the contract for two converter stations for Viking Link that will provide increased power supply reliability to both countries.

Start-up aims to turn homes into personal power stations

Start-up aims to turn homes into personal power stations

Resilience Energy is aiming to become the Uber of electricity and help UK homeowners to become energy self-sufficient