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Cemex opens new construction, demolition and excavation waste recycling facility

Waste material will undergo advanced processing techniques, to be largely repurposed as recycled building materials A recycling facility designed to process construction, demolition and excavation waste has been opened by building material supplier Cemex in Tel Aviv, Israel. The firm said the facility highlights its commitment to circularity and sustainability under the banner of its Regenera business. The primary suppliers for the Tel Aviv facility are expected to be companies involved in the demolition of existing structures, and those specialising in the transportation of construction waste. Customers for the recycled materials in Israel, include concrete companies, flooring contractors and infrastructure firms. The facility, acquired earlier this year as part of Cemex’s purchase of a 51% stake in Israel-based Shtang Recycle, will receive up to 500,000 tonnes of building waste annually. The waste material will undergo advanced processing techniques, to be largely repurposed as recycled building materials, the firm explained. “This new facility in Tel Aviv marks a significant milestone in Cemex’s commitment to circularity, which is of such importance to our global ambition of reaching Net Zero emissions by 2050. We are proud to play a vital role in the growth of our Regenera business, turning building waste into recycled materials for a more sustainable future,” said Cemex’s Sergio Menéndez. Regenera is active across all of Cemex’s operational regions, including Mexico, the US, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, South-Central America and the Caribbean. It forms a crucial component of Cemex’s broader strategy to achieve sustainable excellence through climate action, circularity, and natural resource management, with the primary objective of becoming a Net Zero CO2 company by 2050, the firm noted. Various Countries

First Solar breaks ground on panel factory

Louisiana project expected to add 3500MW of manufacturing capacity by 2026 First Solar has broken ground on a PV panel manufacturing facility in Iberia Parish, Louisiana. The facility represents an investment of approximately $1.1bn in expanding America’s capacity to produce photovoltaic solar panels. Expected to start commercial shipments by the first half of 2026, the facility is forecast to grow the company’s nameplate manufacturing capacity by 3500MW to reach approximately 14,000MW in the US and 25,000MW globally in 2026. When completed, the fully vertically integrated manufacturing facility will cover over two million square feet and is designed to transform a sheet of glass into a ready-to-ship Series 7 module in approximately 4.5 hours, producing over one dozen new Louisiana-made solar panels every minute. Rudolph Libbe will serve as the general contractor for the project and has already engaged with Lafayette-headquartered LEMOINE to assist with early site work. The new facility is expected to create 500 construction jobs in Louisiana over the next 18 months. “As America’s solar company, we are proud to welcome Louisiana to the largest solar manufacturing footprint in the Western Hemisphere,” said First Solar chief executive Mark Widmar. “This facility, like its sister facilities in Ohio and Alabama, represents First Solar’s investment in our country’s future. We are creating enduring value for the US by building a robust solar manufacturing base and the value chains that enable it. “This delivers jobs and economic value today, and establishes the foundations needed for the country to enter the next decade with a secure supply of solar energy technology.” Governor of Louisiana John Bel Edwards added: “This is a historic day for Iberia Parish and Louisiana as we celebrate this record-breaking investment and the hundreds of good-paying jobs it will create. “First Solar choosing our state for its newest solar panel production facility solidifies Louisiana’s place as a leader in the global energy transition.” United States

DEME to install rock berm at Hollandse Kust

Work is expected to take place until early 2025 Vattenfall has contracted DEME Offshore to provide rock installation works at the company’s 1529MW Hollandse Kust Zuid wind farm in the Dutch North Sea. The task is scheduled to take place between the fourth quarter of 2023 and the first quarter of 2025. Prior to rock berm installation commencing, Vattenfall contracted Fugro to carry out IAC inspections and scour pad surveys. This was executed using one of Fugro’s Blue Essence uncrewed surface vessels with Blue Volta, an electric remotely operated vehicle. Controlled from Fugro’s remote operations centre based in Aberdeen, this technology reduces fuel consumption by up to 95% compared with conventional support vessels and eliminates the need for personnel to work in high-risk offshore environments. This approach supports Vattenfall’s goals and objectives by offering improved safety and sustainability. The IAC and scour pad survey works are ongoing, and completion is expected in October 2023. Project manager Sam Gardner said: “Based on lessons learned in the offshore wind industry, Vattenfall is taking proactive measures to reduce risk and increase the lifetime integrity by stabilising the Inter Array Cables (IAC) at HKZ 1-4 with rock berms.” Netherlands The

US provides $72m for wind energy research

Projects include additive manufacturing of wind blades and social science research The US Department of Energy has announced $72m of funding to help accelerate the deployment of offshore and onshore wind energy. This funding includes $27m from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for 15 projects to support research, development, and community engagement to accelerate the equitable and sustainable deployment of offshore and land-based wind energy; $45m will go to 14 sites that will both make domestic manufacturing for these technologies quicker and less expensive. Together, these investments will streamline the processes to create the tools that will produce wind and hydropower, reduce barriers for communities deploying offshore and distributed wind energy technologies, and reduce impacts to wildlife. “The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to deploying wind turbines that harness the clean power of wind, while at the same time ensuring the clean energy transition is built in America’s factories,” said US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. “Wind energy is among the most affordable and sustainable clean energy resources in the United States—this funding will demonstrate how wind power can benefit different communities and strengthen our domestic supply-chain through innovation.” United States

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