ENERGY TRANSITION

Projects

The plant, which is scheduled to begin operation in the summer of 2022, aims to offset carbon dioxide production by 13,500 tons per year. With an electrical capacity of 8.75MW, the facility will be one of Germany's largest hydrogen power plants, and will provide power to parts of Germany and Czechia.

Hesselø will be located north of Zealand in Kattegat. The wind farm will have an installed capacity of between 800 MW and 1,200 MW. A maximum of 1,000 MW can be delivered to the transmission grid through a point of connection in Hovegård, around 50 kilometres from the shore.

Spanish developer Iberdrola has submitted a request for government environmental impact guidance on two neighbouring floating wind projects totaling 980MW, located around 15km off Spain's northern coast, in the Galicia region.

The CEOG project is estimated to cost approximately $90 million and will be able to generate some 50GWh of electrical power every year. Initially, the new energy system will be used to satisfy the needs of local households

The Amin Solar project is expected to have an installed capacity of 125MW and will avoid the emissions of approximately 25,000 tonnes of CO2 per year

The Zungeru Hydropower project is expected to generate 2.64 billion kWh of energy annually, which will meet close to 10% of Nigeria's total domestic energy needs

The Syvash Wind Farm project is expected to generate 850GWh of energy annually and will avoid the emission of approximately 860,000 tonnes of CO2 per year