Ramboll Joins Global Offshore Wind Alliance

(OE) Danish engineering group Ramboll has joined the Global Offshore Wind Alliance, a public-private forum working to accelerate global offshore wind capacity.  Founded by the Government of Denmark, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), GOWA brings together 14 countries and key actors in the wind industry around the shared... Continue Reading →

New Partnership to Extract Rare Earth Magnets from Retired Wind Turbines for Use in New Ones

(WO)Sustainable materials specialist, EMR, rare earth magnetic materials recycling company, HyProMag, Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, Magnomatics, and the University of Birmingham have formed a partnership which will focus on extracting the rare earth magnets from end-of-life wind turbines and enabling their use in new wind turbines, both onshore and offshore. Named Re-Rewind, the partnership,... Continue Reading →

Petrobras signs agreements with Chinese banks

Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras informs that it has signed memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with the China Development Bank (CDB) and the Bank of China, aimed at (i) evaluating investment opportunities and cooperation in low carbon and green finance initiatives, (ii) financing Petrobras' supply chain, and (iii) increasing and facilitating commercial and financial exchanges between... Continue Reading →

Petrobras on CAPEX

Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras, in relation to the news released in the media and as disclosed to the market on 06/01/2023, informs that the Strategic Plan 2024-2028 will have as a driver, among others, the forecast of low-carbon CAPEX for the range between 6% and 15% of the total CAPEX for the first five... Continue Reading →

Prysmian’s renewed credit facility includes environmental and social KPIs

Italian cabling giant Prysmian has renewed its €1,000 million long-term revolving credit facility, including environmental and social KPIs among the parameters that determine the financing conditions. Prysmian reported on 13 July that it had signed the renewal of the €1,000 million long-term revolving credit facility sustainability-linked with a pool of Italian and international banks. This five-year... Continue Reading →

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