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Knutsen offshore wind venture seeks to build gigawatt-scale floater off Sweden

Splash24/7 28 May 2024
The Swedish government has received the first application for a floater project outside Stockholm in the Baltic Sea. In the first phase, the project, dubbed Erik Segersäll, will produce around 6.5 TWh, ...
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Inside Microsoft's record-breaking carbon removal contract

GreenBiz 22 May 2024
The new project is being built by Stockholm ... Finally, it is crucial to sustainably source the biomass for BECCS projects, and we were impressed with Stockholm Exergi’s commitment in this regard."
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Stockholm Exergi announces permanent carbon removal agreement with Microsoft, world's largest to date

The Manila Times 16 May 2024
Illustration Stockholm Exergi BECCS "The agreement with Microsoft is a huge step forward for our BECCS project, Stockholm Exergi as a company and the climate ... from its pioneering Värtan BECCS project.
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Skanska Divests The First Building Of The Office Project Studio In Warsaw, Poland, For EUR ...

MENA FN 16 May 2024
(MENAFN - PR Newswire) STOCKHOLM, May 16, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Skanska has divested the first building of the office project Studio in Warsaw, Poland, for EUR 86M, about SEK 1 billion. The buyer ... .
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The Gruesome Frontier of Thermobaric Weapons

Truth Dig 16 May 2024
Leading international arms monitoring and disarmament groups contacted by Truthdig — the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Project ...
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Stockholm Exergi Lands World's Largest Permanent Carbon Removal Deal With Microsoft

Slashdot 07 May 2024
Anders Egelrud, CEO of Stockholm Exergi, lauded the deal as a "huge step" for the company and its BECCS project, emphasizing its profound implications for climate action ... case with Stockholm Exergi.
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Low-intensity grazing is locally better for biodiversity but challenging for land users, study shows

Phys Dot Org 01 May 2024
The interview results have been published in Land Use Policy ... "Money is not everything ... Rouet-Leduc led the project as a former doctoral researcher at iDiv and UL and is now a postdoctoral researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre ... More information.
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Medieval Weapons Chest Amongst Spoils in Sunken Warship

Ancient Origins 22 Apr 2024
Last year's dives focused on Rolf Warming's ongoing thesis project at the Center for Maritime Studies (Cemas) and Stockholm University ... (Florian Huber/Stockholm University) New Report Based on Last Year's Dives ... Florian Huber/Stockholm University.
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World’s Largest Hydrogen-Powered RoPax to be Built at Norway’s Myklebust

The Maritime Executive 19 Apr 2024
The project has been in ... The project selected Myklebust Verft to build the two ferries ... Torghatten Nord is involved in several pioneering projects including a self-navigating ferry in Stockholm.
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More than a quarter of Britain

The Daily Mail 11 Apr 2024
By the end of March, the Home Office expected to have spent at least £230 million developing four major projects - the Bibby Stockholm barge in Portland, Dorset, the former RAF bases at Scampton in ...
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150 asylum seeker hotels to be closed by May, Home Office says

AOL 10 Apr 2024
By the end of March, the Home Office expected to have spent at least £230 million developing four major projects – the Bibby Stockholm barge in Portland, Dorset, the former RAF bases at Scampton in ...
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Home Office says 150 migrant hotels will close by next month

The Daily Mail 10 Apr 2024
By the end of March, the Home Office expected to have spent at least £230 million developing four major projects - the Bibby Stockholm barge in Portland, Dorset, the former RAF bases at Scampton in ...
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Swedish gigawatt-scale offshore wind farm receives key environmental permit

Splash24/7 04 Apr 2024
A potential 5.5 GW offshore wind farm project in the Swedish Economic Zone has been granted a Natura 2000 permit by the County Administrative Board of Gotland ... The project developers estimate the wind ...
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Housing migrants on bases costs £46 million more than keeping them in hotels, figures show

The Daily Mail 20 Mar 2024
Use of former military bases and sites such as the Bibby Stockholm barge could cost £1.2billion, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) ... 576 men rather than the projected 1,445.
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Hotels were £46m cheaper than migrant barges and barracks

AOL 20 Mar 2024
By the end of January, RAF Wethersfield only had 576 migrants when the Home Office had projected 1,445, while the Bibby Stockholm only had 321 migrants against a projected total of 430.
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