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The Hydrogen Stream: GCL will use Ethiopian natural gas to feed its ammonia and blue hydrogen

Plus there is news this week of a green hydrogen tie-up in India, plans for another German production facility, and of new hydrogen transport networks for Switzerland and the U.S.


Maxeon secures EU cash to make its ‘stick-on’ solar panels in France

The TotalEnergies-controlled solar manufacturer will secure an, as yet undetermined chunk of a new €118.6 million low-carbon innovation fund to start producing its frameless, glass-free solar roofing products at Porcelette, in northeastern France.


The Hydrogen Stream: Air Liquide eyes South Korea as Cummins announces fuel-cell truck plans

With Australia prepping plans for vast green hydrogen and ammonia production facilities, two of the country’s state governments are trying to drum up the end-user market as agreements are signed to drive use of the gas in Ukraine and Poland.

Poland allocates 2.2 GW of solar in renewables auctions

The Polish energy regulator has allocated 1.2 GW of PV capacity in a procurement exercise for projects exceeding 1 MW in size and around 1 GW in an auction for projects with capacities of up to 1 MW.

Saule Technologies opens perovskite solar cell factory in Poland

The Polish perovskite solar cell specialist claims to be the first company in the world to have commissioned commercial production of the technology.


Polish developer announces €225m green bond plan

The first batch of five-year investments, offered through German-owned Polish lender Mbank, will raise money to expand a solar portfolio R.Power claims already stretches to more than 4 GWp in its domestic market.


Photovoltaics, heat pumps to rescue failed geothermal project in Poland

The Polish government is supporting a hybrid renewable energy project based on a deep-borehole heat exchanger (DBHE) whose heat pumps are powered by photovoltaics. The heat generated by the facility will be used for district heating.


ESMC criticises lack of solar manufacturing in Euro recovery plans

The trade body has highlighted a lack of explicit PV industry support in EU member states which already host domestic manufacturers, such as Germany, France, Austria, Belgium and Lithuania, and says the focus on green hydrogen could exacerbate the solar trade deficit with Asia.

Poland’s PV capacity reaches 4.46 GW

In the first quarter of the year, more than 500 MW of solar was deployed in the eastern European country.


Polish solar developer bought by Norwegian state-owned energy company

Buyer Equinor could be in for a pleasant surprise – its assessment Wento boasts a 1 GW solar project pipeline in the nation significantly under-reports the 1.6 GW claimed by private equity fund seller Enterprise Investors.

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