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Energy efficiency: the hero of the energy transition

Energy efficiency: the hero of the energy transition

DNV GL's Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) sees a world where energy demand will peak in 2033, due to energy efficiency gains that outpace economic and population growth. The three largest energy use sectors in society are all putting in place meas ...

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Clean Energy Technology and the Pace of Change: How Much and How Fast?

Clean Energy Technology and the Pace of Change: How Much and How Fast?

Report from the field: DNV GL at EPRI's Electrification Symposium, SECC's Member Meeting, the Indiana Energy Conference, and APPA's Customer Connections Conference The Big Picture on Clean Energy Several organizations carry out research-intensive p ...

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Italy´s growth in the renewable energy sector

Italy´s growth in the renewable energy sector

Over the past decade, Italy has been developing rapidly in the renewable energy industry. Talking about the country’s progress means mentioning the focus of diversifying from its historical dependency on imported fuels to develop and implement energy policy along the region. ...

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DNV GL celebrates Energy Efficiency Day with our clients and staff across the U.S.

DNV GL celebrates Energy Efficiency Day with our clients and staff across the U.S.

  Today is the fourth annual Energy Efficiency Day. Today we join utilities, corporations, government agencies, contractors, product manufacturers, and others involved in the energy transition to showcase and celebrate the benefits of ene ...

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Will Poland follow the global energy trends?

Will Poland follow the global energy trends?

The future of offshore wind in the emerging market Currently, 11 European countries including Sweden, Denmark, United Kingdom and Germany has offshore installations. It is estimated that by 2025 the first Polish offshore wind farms will start ...

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More renewables, more markets

More renewables, more markets

Renewable energy is today the low-cost option for power generation. With a market-driven energy transition, it's essential that energy markets are developed, both to handle the effects of the rapid rise of renewable energy and to facilitate the t ...

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Robust green power deals crucial to energy transition

Robust green power deals crucial to energy transition

With climate change at the forefront of the great societal challenges, companies are facing increasing scrutiny from customers and investors to push for more ambitious and tangible corporate sustainability targets. However, a 2018 PwC survey d ...

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Is it time for PPA 2.0? Why we need to future-proof energy funding

Is it time for PPA 2.0? Why we need to future-proof energy funding

Power purchase agreements (PPAs) are a significant tool for funding the energy transition. Research by DNV GL suggests that, as renewable energy becomes more widespread, its price dynamics becomes more complex. Consequently, PPAs need to become m ...

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Controlling wind farms for higher energy production

Controlling wind farms for higher energy production

DNV GL's annual Energy Transition Outlook forecasts that wind power will grow rapidly to provide about 16% of world primary energy supply in 2050. When it comes to the electricity mix, wind power will have a 29% share by 2050. To meet internation ...

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Can we increase power transmission capacity faster?

Can we increase power transmission capacity faster?

In my previous blog, I explained how best practices, quality assurance and testing can help in delivering essential power transmission expansion "first time right". But this may still not be fast enough. Expanding the grid in the "classical" way, by ...

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