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Alliance meets Stakeholders in Quebec
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Alliance meets Stakeholders in Quebec

One might think that the Canadian province of Quebec would not need to gather annually to discuss about further developing the renewable power sector. More than 99% of power generation comes from renewable sources, mainly hydropower which is increasingly supplemented by wind.

Global Alliance Powerfuels meets Maritime Industry
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Global Alliance Powerfuels meets Maritime Industry

At Copenhagen´s Power2X-konference on January 30th around 130 experts came together to discuss the potentials of green electricity based fuels (Powerfuels) as integrated part of Denmark´s energy system and especially for the purposes of shipping. Hosted by DFDS and House of Energy, Global Alliance Powerfuels pointed out, that market development has to be a global approach.

South Africa Workshop: The Potential of Powerfuels - Review
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South Africa Workshop: The Potential of Powerfuels - Review

Together with WITS Business School and the European Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa, the Global Alliance Powerfuels held a workshop in Johannesburg on 9 December 2019. The aim of the event was to bring together key players and to exchange views on existing and future technology approaches.

South Africa Workshop: Watch Livestream now!
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South Africa Workshop: Watch Livestream now!

Powerfuels will be an essential element of climate mitigation. But how do we make them affordable in countries like South Africa? Join the live-streaming of our Workshop in Johannesburg today, from 8:30 until 16:30 (CET).

Global Alliance Powerfuels supports open letter to European Commission
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Global Alliance Powerfuels supports open letter to European Commission

On behalf of 17 associations, the Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) has sent an open letter to the Vice-President of the European commission, Frans Timmermans on the importance of hydrogen and P2X in the fight against climate change on the occasion of the first working day of the new Commission.

Brussels Brief - Defining sustainability standards for powerfuels
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Brussels Brief - Defining sustainability standards for powerfuels

With the ongoing debate on the importance of powerfuels for the European energy transition, a key requirement for market development is to define clear sustainability standards. There are many questions left to be answered, especially when it comes to the question of turning “green electrons” from grid-connected renewable assets into powerfuels. The RED II provides some indication, but also mentions their exact meaning may not be defined until the end of 2021.