Austria supports Nord Stream 2 Not only Russia will benefit from the disputed gas pipeline, according to Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurze praises Germany for maintaining support for Nord Stream 2. | Photo: Leonhard Foeger/REUTERS / X00360 BY MATHIAS JULIUS FALKENGAARD Published: 10.02.21 at 09:10 Read this article for free Register with your E-mail. No credit card required. Continue for free Get full access for you and your coworkers. Start a free company trial today Already a member? Log in. More from EnergyWatch Fortum to build Russia's largest solar farm Once complete in 2022, the facility will be the largest one on Russian soil. Green Hydrogen Systems completes new production facilities Green Hydrogen Systems' new factory in Western Denmark can produce electrolyzer equipment for 150 MW per year, but that could easily be scaled up to 1,000 MW. Siemens Gamesa wins 50-MW contract in Spain The manufacturer has picked up a wind turbine deal from Capital Energy for 50 MW's worth of equipment for a big onshore wind project in Northern Spain. Cloudberry buys Norwegian hydro plant The Norwegian renewable energy company has signed an agreement to purchase domestic hydroelectric power station Ramsliåna Kraft, the company tells the market Wednesday morning. Akastor and Baker Hughes establish joint drilling venture Akastor, part of Kjell Inge Røkke's Aker group, joins US-based Baker Hughes in establishing a joint venture to deliver global drilling solutions. Activities will be managed from both Norway and the US. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Further reading US deems sanctions on Nord Stream 2 successful Nordic Solar expands with project in Portugal Former MHI Vestas CEO takes board seat at floating wind firm New merger aims for global reach in wind value chain support Rambøll says CCS could halve costs Related articles Nord Stream 2 pipe-laying in full swing off Danish island Nord Stream 2's Danish sector installation projected complete before summer Gas organization: "Nord Stream 2 will see the light of day"