By 2029, Maeve Aerospace, a Dutch startup, hopes to have its 44-passenger Maeve 01 regional airliner completed. According to the company, it is the “world’s first” aircraft of its kind.
“Float-ovoltaics”: How solar panels suspended in reservoirs could transform the world’s energy supply
According to a recent study, floating solar panels on reservoirs could generate three times as much electricity as the entire EU. They are among the most affordable and effective ways to produce electricity, but they also take up a lot of room.
The biogas sector in Germany is expanding slowly, despite strong demand in the heating segment, with newly installed biogas capacity expected to reach approximately 65 MW in 2022, according to the industry group Biogas e.V, according to Renewables Now.
The North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) countries and the European Commission’s energy ministers have declared a considerable rise in their joint objective for the deployment of offshore renewable energy.
After obtaining an agreement on Sectoral Emissions Ceilings, which established maximum limitations on greenhouse gas emissions for each sector of the Irish economy through the end of the decade, the Irish Government raised the country’s offshore wind goal for 2030 from 5 GW to 7 GW
The subsidiary of Qatar Airways Group, Qatar Aviation Services (QAS), announced its partnership with International Air Transport Association (IATA) to join the latest expansion of the IATA Environmental Assessment Programme (IEnvA) for ground service providers as the first ground handler globally.
By 2030, the Industry, Research, and Energy Committee hopes to have significantly increased the use of renewable energy sources and decreased energy usage.
Sustainable Travel International launches a new tool for calculating and offsetting travel emissions￼
Sustainable Travel International has unveiled a new online carbon footprint calculator that promotes climate-friendly travel by allowing consumers to measure and offset their own travel emissions.