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Tropical Storm Isaias: What did it mean for the NY Bight?

Tropical Storm Isaias: What did it mean for the NY Bight?

One of the biggest differences for the offshore wind industry in the U.S. compared to European development in the North Sea are some of the physical conditions that offshore wind turbines will sustain. The North Sea has more challenging wind and ...

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Customer Insights: ENGIE Talks ITC Strategies

Customer Insights: ENGIE Talks ITC Strategies

DNV GL interviewed Geoffrey Lehv, Director, Asset Based Solutions and Ana Diaz-Puskar, Senior-Analyst, Asset Based Solutions from ENGIE to discuss their investment tax credit strategy (ITC) for solar and how our team of experts supported their pr ...

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Employing lidars to evaluate turbine performance

Employing lidars to evaluate turbine performance

Introduction Welcome to the first in a series about employing lidars to evaluate turbine performance. The series will cover some basics and present real-world examples and solutions. This blog will describe the first step of a lidar measure ...

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Special Report: Calls for social justice resonate with our employees

Special Report: Calls for social justice resonate with our employees

  “I am watching with concern and sadness the developments in the U.S. and elsewhere that highlight the harsh divisions within many societies around the world. It is tragic to see that, while we should be united against the global threat of ...

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Special Report: We now offer pandemic risk management services

Special Report: We now offer pandemic risk management services

Compiled from DNV GL reports As our utility partners know, DNV GL’s Energy division designs, implements, and evaluates energy efficiency (EE) programs across the U.S. and Canada. But what you may not know is that our Business Assurance division ...

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Special Report: The continued impact of the pandemic on energy use

Special Report: The continued impact of the pandemic on energy use

The Pandemic It’s been eight months since the coronavirus made its way to the United States – the first case was reported in Snohomish County, WA, on Jan. 20, 2020. Since then, it has spread to every corner of the nation, with nearly 4 million ...

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How can market and regulatory design concepts assist in the integration of more renewables in the Middle East?

How can market and regulatory design concepts assist in the integration of more renewables in the Middle East?

Renewable power generation is penetrating countries across the Middle East. The significant proportion of must run renewable energy expected within the capacity mix combined with the large seasonal variation in electricity demand, summer demand b ...

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Your turbines are operating. Do you still need to measure the wind?

Your turbines are operating. Do you still need to measure the wind?

Wind project developers commonly collect meteorological (met) data during project planning, feasibility, and design. However, once the project is operational, this data collection often stops. There is no “industry best practice” for collecti ...

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Top Tips for Solar Investment Tax Credit in 2020

Top Tips for Solar Investment Tax Credit in 2020

1. Don’t miss out on 26% Investment Tax Credit! The Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) will step down an additional 4% in 2021. Which of your projects are ready to procure or start construction for 26% ITC in 2020? Discuss with your tax counsel w ...

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Investing in the clean energy transition: have you found the best opportunities?

Investing in the clean energy transition: have you found the best opportunities?

As asset managers, pension funds and oil & gas companies evaluate their exposure to fossil fuels and carbon emissions, they are progressively increasing their investments in green energy. There have been a growing number of announcements from ...

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