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Unravelling the Complexity of Merchant Energy Storage Projects (Part I)

Unravelling the Complexity of Merchant Energy Storage Projects (Part I)

This blog post is part 1 in a 2-part series on merchant storage. You know an industry is maturing when developers discuss the merchant market not as a source of upside revenue, but as the only source of revenue. Power plants have been design ...

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DNV GL’s Asal Ibrahim judges the Jordan Energy Hackathon

DNV GL’s Asal Ibrahim judges the Jordan Energy Hackathon

Last month, DNV GL’s Senior Consultant Asal Ibrahim was asked to be a judge in Jordan’s biggest energy Hackathon in Amman. During the event, 50 teams, worked together for 11 days to find solutions to Jordan’s biggest energy challenges. The ...

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Observations of cold climate wind farm development

Observations of cold climate wind farm development

The annual Winterwind International Wind Energy conference took place recently in Åre, Sweden. Åre is situated in the county of Jämtland and is a popular downhill skiing and biking resort. It is also an area favourable for icing conditions whi ...

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The Revolution will be Electrified

The Revolution will be Electrified

DNV GL’s Energy Executive Brunch Forum, hosted at The Houston Club last week, brought together key players in the competitive energy industry and included a dynamic panel and a keynote address with some of its leading voices. The conversation r ...

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International Women’s Day: Celebrating equality in the energy industry

International Women’s Day: Celebrating equality in the energy industry

Since 1910, International Women’s Day has been celebrated on March 8th and the theme this year is ‘An equal world is an enabled world.’ Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. We can active ...

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Revisions to Reinforced Concrete Fatigue Design Standards: Affects on Wind Turbine Foundations

Revisions to Reinforced Concrete Fatigue Design Standards: Affects on Wind Turbine Foundations

DNVGL-ST-C502, the standard for reinforced fatigue design in the wind energy industry for over a decade, for both onshore and offshore wind energy foundation design, has published a minor revision relevant to the development of onshore wind proje ...

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Tackling the reliability problem on loads prediction in wind turbines

Tackling the reliability problem on loads prediction in wind turbines

Who said reliable loads prediction in wind turbines has to be expensive? Reducing risk and efficiently manage lifetime of the wind turbines is key. The wind industry has found an ally in machine learning to get to know and efficiently ...

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A New Dawn for DSM

A New Dawn for DSM

Today, I was fortunate enough to talk on the closing plenary at AESP’s 30th annual conference. Aside from framing my view of the next 30 years – always a fun exercise – I was asked to describe the next 30 years in a single word. This was no ...

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How to plan for a safer and smarter energy storage market?

How to plan for a safer and smarter energy storage market?

6 Things You Should Know About Energy Storage Experts: Claas Hülsen and Toni Johannes Elschner According to DNV GL’s 2019 Energy Transition Outlook, the combination of storage for the grid and storage available in vehicle-to-grid systems wil ...

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Asset Managing Your Data on the Way to Electrification

Asset Managing Your Data on the Way to Electrification

By taking an asset management approach to your data, you can generate value both in the short and the longer term. If you think of asset management in terms of real estate, it is the process of maximizing both the return and the value of your inv ...

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