New Energies: building a lower-carbon power business
The world’s energy system is changing. Shell is investing in more lower-carbon technology. This includes renewables such as wind and solar, new mobility options such as electric vehicle charging and hydrogen and an interconnected power business that will provide electricity to millions of homes, companies and businesses. Find out more about our work.
Watch: how Shell is building an integrated lower-carbon power business
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Find out how Shell is providing more and cleaner energy to customers around the world. This map includes our current projects as of February 2020. Browse the map by region, or project type to discover more.
LATEST NEWS FROM SHELL NEW ENERGIES
May 14, 2020
In May 2020 sonnen marked its tenth anniversary. The company, now part of Shell, has grown to see more than 50,000 households install their solar and battery solutions in homes around the world.
February 13, 2020
FORGE a Canadian biofuel start-up, announces an equity investment from Shell Ventures and a follow-on contribution from Valent Low-Carbon Technologies, which will help build a first-of-its-kind CAD$30 million commercial-scale, biofuel production plant in Sombra, Ontario.
February 7, 2020
Shell Australia announced it will build and operate its first industrial-scale solar electricity farm near Wandoan in central Queensland, Australia. Project Gangarri will generate 120 megawatts of solar electricity from about 400,000 photovoltaic panels and is expected to be completed in early 2021.