Amsterdam to go all electric – ban petrol, diesel vehicles from 2030

Amsterdam to go all electric – ban petrol, diesel vehicles from 2030

The city’s “Clean Air Action” plan will then ban internal combustion engine (ICE) buses and coaches from entering the city centre from 2022, followed by a ban on petrol or diesel pleasure boats as well as motorbikes and mopeds from 2025.“Pollution often is a silent killer and is one of the greatest health hazards in Amsterdam,” said Sharon Dijksma, the city’s alderman responsible for traffic, transport, water and air quality.

Oil Giant BP Joins Nouryon in Rotterdam Hydrogen Quest

Oil Giant BP Joins Nouryon in Rotterdam Hydrogen Quest

That project involved Nouryon partnering with Tata Steel and the Port of Amsterdam to study building a 100-megawatt renewable energy-powered water electrolysis facility capable of producing 15,000 tons of hydrogen a year, plus oxygen for use at Tata Steel’s IJmuiden Works.

Q CELLS Launches Q.PLUS DUO Multi Half-Cell Module

Q CELLS Launches Q.PLUS DUO Multi Half-Cell Module

“The Solar Solutions exhibition is, therefore, becoming an increasingly important event scheduled in the European PV calendar, and Q CELLS will use the occasion to showcase our new multicrystalline half-cell module as well as our higher power monocrystalline half-cell Q.PEAK DUO range – products that perfectly meet the needs of all types of Dutch solar customers.” Visit Q CELLS at Booth No. D8 at the Solar Solutions Exhibition, held at Expo Haarlemmermeer, Amsterdam, between March 19 and 21.

News Feature: The solar cell of the future

News Feature: The solar cell of the future

“If we are serious about the Paris climate agreement, and we want to have 30% [of the world’s electricity supplied by] solar PV in 20 years, then we would need to grow the capacity of silicon manufacturing by a factor of 50 to build all those panels,” says Albert Polman, leader of the photonic materials group at the AMOLF research institute in Amsterdam.

Nissan Motor Parts Center in Amsterdam Harnesses Solar Energy for Operational Use

Nissan Motor Parts Center in Amsterdam Harnesses Solar Energy for Operational Use

Learn How: To get your car ready for winter “Nissan is committed to reducing the environmental impact of our facilities across Europe, and we are delighted that we can today confirm the switch-on of the solar roof at our parts centre in Amsterdam,” said Francisco Carranza, Managing Director, Nissan Energy.