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Maritime Hydrogen Fuel Cells Advance with ABS and DNV Class Societies

The Maritime Executive 03 Aug 2021
and SHI have developed a novel solution to reduce harmful emissions and modernize one of the world’s oldest forms of trade with cutting edge, clean energy technology,” said Suminder Singh, senior director, engineering, marine applications, Bloom Energy ... ABS Verifies Fuel Cell Technology for Marine Environment.
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Solving the UK’s hydrogen infrastructure problem

The Engineer 03 Aug 2021
While prioritising wider use of clean energy, policy makers and investors will have an important role to play in ensuring there is sufficient energy system flexibility to meet demand in the future ... The island of Orkney has its own hydrogen production plant, which was installed by the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in 2016.
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Earth’s energy imbalance eliminates almost all doubts about man-made climate change

Swords Today 03 Aug 2021
The Earth’s energy system has been out of control for decades ... “As more and more changes take place on this planet, we are creating this imbalance when there is more energy in the system,” said Shiv Priyam Raghurman, a graduate student in atmospheric and marine science at Princeton University and a leading author of the study.
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"World’s Most Powerful” Tidal Turbine Starts Pumping Green Electricity To Onshore Grid

IFL Science 02 Aug 2021
The tidal turbine, known as the O2, was developed by Scottish engineering firm Orbital Marine Power. On July 28, they announced O2 “commenced grid connected power generation” at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, meaning it's all set up and providing energy to the local power grid ... Image courtesy of Orbital Marine Power.
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Bloom Energy’s fuel cell-powered LNG carrier design receives AiP

LNG Industry 02 Aug 2021
Bloom Energy has achieved key milestones on its path to decarbonise the marine industry ... .
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Prairie State Energy Campus a piece in solving Illinois' clean-energy legislation puzzle

News-Press Now 02 Aug 2021
The 36-year-old former Marine, who supervises other coal miners on the Prairie State Energy Campus 115 miles south of Springfield, told The State Journal-Register during a recent visit to the campus that she would like to work there until she retires ... Brayfield and Sears said they support clean energy.
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In a Drier Future, What’s the Best Way to Secure Water?

WhoWhatWhy 02 Aug 2021
The decision is likely to see a legal challenge from environmental justice advocates, who say desalinated water will be more expensive, more energy-intensive, and more harmful to marine ecosystems when compared with other strategies for increasing local water supplies.
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Turtles rescued by Environment Agency and Nawah released back into natural habitats

Urdu Point 01 Aug 2021
ABU DHABI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / WAM - 01st Aug, 2021) The Environment AgencyAbu Dhabi (EAD) and Nawah Energy Company, the Joint Venture nuclear operations and maintenance subsidiary of Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), have released a group of rehabilitated turtles into Abu Dhabi waters in Al Dhafra region.
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Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard | Water remains an issue that divides us

Santa Cruz Sentinel 01 Aug 2021
Almost any new project in Santa Cruz become controversial almost the day it is proposed ... This is the most technologically advanced and energy-efficient desalination facility in the Western Hemisphere and taps the world’s largest reservoir of water, the Pacific Ocean ... 1) costs, 2) energy usage, and 3) potential impacts on the marine environment ... .
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A way to save Miami’s structures and vibe

Finance & Commerce 31 Jul 2021
There are still ways nature can help preserve the beauty of Miami’s marine playground, though ... Closer to shore, we’re experimenting with a novel modular marine and estuarine system we call “SEAHIVE.” Below the water line, water flows through hollow hexagonal channels of concrete, losing energy.
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Stanford University's first new school in seven decades takes shape

Mountain View Voice 31 Jul 2021
... departments and research institutes, including the university's School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences; the Stanford Woods Institute for Environment; the Precourt Institute for Energy; the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; and Hopkins Marine Station.
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Did the Bouchard Tug and Barge Auction Achieve the Right Prices?

The Maritime Executive 30 Jul 2021
By way of quick introduction, Bouchard was established in 1918 and had been active in Jones Act marine transport of liquid chemical and energy products ... In May 2021, Mr Bouchard was removed as CEO of the company, and soon thereafter, 29 of the company’s marine assets were placed on the auction block.
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World’s most powerful tidal turbine begins generating electricity

Digital Trends 30 Jul 2021
Linked to the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney just off mainland Scotland, the 74-meter-long, 680-ton O2 turbine will harness the power of ocean currents to meet the annual electricity demand of around 2,000 U.K ... The report also notes that while today’s market for marine ...
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Bloom Energy Achieves Key Milestones on Its Path to Decarbonize the Marine Industry

The Marshall News Messenger 30 Jul 2021
“With 80 percent of world trade taking place by sea, Bloom Energy and SHI have developed a novel solution to reduce harmful emissions and modernize one of the world’s oldest forms of trade with cutting edge, clean energy technology,” said Suminder Singh, senior director, engineering, marine applications, Bloom Energy.
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BlueWise Marine and Farra Marine team up for wind crew transfer vessels

Splash24/7 30 Jul 2021
Dublin-based BlueWise Marine ... Martin Rice, CEO of Farra Marine, said ... There is a demand for energy transition globally, and Farra Marine aims to be the preferred supplier in offshore wind’s part in that move.”.

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