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A new entrant to the energy sector

A new entrant to the energy sector

Green hydrogen can play a vital role in decarbonizing the economy and enabling countries to reach net-zero emissions. The economics of producing green hydrogen from electrolysis are maturing as developers scramble to meet expected future demand. Everoze partner Nicolas Chouleur and Neoen hydrogen expert Sacha Lepoutre discuss a case study that shows how stacking different revenue streams could improve the economics of renewable energy projects.

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Our top five learnings from the pioneering Sustain-H domestic flex trial for homes

All good things start with a dream, or so they say. As the Sustain-H trial wraps-up and Western Powe...

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Everoze Carbon Removal Part 3 – Avon Needs Trees

The marketplace for carbon offsetting schemes is a minefield for misunderstandings and so we wanted ...

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2021-10-29 Design speeds for Solar PV

Design wind speeds for Solar PV

In this follow-up article to his previous LinkedIn post on why we see step-change in design wind speeds at some national borders, Simon Hughes shares his thoughts and conclusions.

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Everoze Carbon removal - Part 2: Naturefund, tropical rainforest

Everoze Carbon removal – Part 2: Naturefund, tropical rainforest

Are your NetZero plans suitably additional? At Everoze, our primary aim is to reduce our emissions. But for the carbon we have not been able to avoid emitting, we have sought mitigation through effective carbon removal schemes.

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Everoze Carbon removal - Part 1: Forest Carbon

Everoze Carbon removal – Part 1: Forest Carbon

In this article, Everoze Partner Ellie van der Heijden describes why we think what we are doing at Everoze is a little different to business as normal when it comes to carbon removal.

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