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Shell completes acquisition of Next Kraftwerke

July 30, 2021

Shell Overseas Investment BV (Shell) has completed the acquisition of virtual power plant operator Next Kraftwerke, following receipt of all necessary regulatory clearances. Next Kraftwerke becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell within Shell Energy’s Trading & Supply business. The deal to acquire Next Kraftwerke was announced online on 25 February.

Shell to buy Inspire Energy Capital, expanding renewable power business in the United States

July 27, 2021

Shell New Energies US LLC (Shell), a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc, has signed an agreement to buy 100% of the equity interests of Inspire Energy Capital LLC (Inspire), a renewable energy residential retailer with joint headquarters in Santa Monica, CA and Philadelphia, PA.

ScottishPower and Shell bid to bring large-scale floating windfarms to UK waters

July 16, 2021

ScottishPower and Shell have joined forces to bid to develop the world’s first large-scale floating offshore windfarms in the north-east of Scotland.

Shell starts trading power from Europe’s largest battery

July 15, 2021

The Minety battery project in South West England, is now fully operational. The 100-megawatt battery system, controlled by Shell-owned Limejump, will help balance the UK’s electricity demand, providing enough for up to 10,000 homes for a day.

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