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Corporate PPAs: are you covering all the risks?

Corporate PPAs: are you covering all the risks?

Signing a corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) can reduce financial risks for buyers and sellers alike. But renewable energy projects have their own complex risk profile. No PPA can eliminate all these possible risks, and large parts of a PPA ...

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International Women in Engineering Day: Shaping the world, starting with the energy industry

International Women in Engineering Day: Shaping the world, starting with the energy industry

On June 23rd, we will celebrate the achievements and expertise of women in engineering, at DNV GL and around the world. It is the 7th annual International Women in Engineering Day, and DNV GL encourages all of our colleagues to dedicate themselve ...

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The Masterclass of Energy

The Masterclass of Energy

I love to cook. I have recently learned how to make tagliatelle from Massimo Battura, chef of the three-Michelin-star Osteria Francescana, and how to take fried chicken to an amazing gourmet level from Thomas Keller, the only American-born chef t ...

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How can we achieve a holistic asset management framework through improving technical quality?

How can we achieve a holistic asset management framework through improving technical quality?

Utilities of today face multiple challenges. With increasing optimization demands, expectations of high efficiency and grid modernization, utilities (and other critical infrastructure owners) face issues such as: Struggling with managing the end ...

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Connecting the dots in renewable energy development

Connecting the dots in renewable energy development

The development of any asset is a lengthy and time-consuming effort. From the initial inception, information gathering, planning and finally through to collecting initial feedback (and improving on the plan as a result), all these steps are appro ...

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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 event ...

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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 actively cho ...

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Renewables boost during UK storm season

Renewables boost during UK storm season

Ciara, the third storm of the season, battered the shores of the UK last weekend bringing torrential downpours and strong winds, reaching 97mph in some areas. In amongst the stories of flooding, travel disruption and power outages, there was some ...

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Reflections on renewable energy in the Middle East

Reflections on renewable energy in the Middle East

Now that the dust (or should I say sand?) has settled after the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi, it is probably a good time to reflect on some of the dynamics affecting the renewable energy market in the region. Although the Middle ...

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Don’t leave money in the couch

Don’t leave money in the couch

How to get more value from data investments you've already made. It's frustrating to really need something badly but not have the money to pay for it. Sometimes you can find some change in the couch or try to shift funds by "robbing Peter to pay ...

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