Here’s the Daily ESG Digest for November 18th, Friday.
1. (Europe) Green Ammonia Plant. Air Products and Mabanaft have set out a plan to build Germany’s first large green ammonia import terminal, at the Port of Hamburg. The plant aims to begin operations in 2026. (Link)
2. (Global) $4.2 Billion Clean Energy Investment. The Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved €4 billion ($4.2 billion) in clean energy investment to upgrade energy networks, enhance energy efficiency and increase renewable energy sources across Europe. (Link)
3. (North America) 25% Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Ships by 2045. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has released its final 2022 Scoping Plan, the state’s five-year roadmap for achieving its climate goals, which mandates, among other things, that at least 25% of ships in California waters will need to use green hydrogen fuel cell electric propulsion by 2045. (Link)
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