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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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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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Collaboration: The key to growing the Scottish wind industry

Collaboration: The key to growing the Scottish wind industry

Wind power is the fastest-growing renewable energy technology in Scotland and throughout many countries around the world. According to DNV GL's Energy in Transition Outlook (ETO) 2018, renewables will continue to grow rapidly and by 2050 they wil ...

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Norwegian electric vehicles revolution drives grid investments and managed EV charging can save millions

Norwegian electric vehicles revolution drives grid investments and managed EV charging can save millions

In March 2019, 76% of all new cars sold in Norway's capital city, Oslo, were electric vehicles (EVs) and the world largest plug-in hybrid ferry with capacity of 2,000 passengers will start operation between Norway and Sweden this summer. Policies ...

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Keeping the lights on in an age of renewable energy

Keeping the lights on in an age of renewable energy

Accelerating the energy transition is an urgent necessity if we are to avoid climate catastrophe, but first we need to overcome the challenges that a dramatic increase in wind and solar energy brings. 'Dunkelflaute' - this word gives some peop ...

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Klimaatverandering, een broodje-aapverhaal?

Klimaatverandering, een broodje-aapverhaal?

Als we niets doen dreigt mijn favoriete vakantie-eiland Ameland te verdwijnen. Dit voorjaar werden miljoenen kuub zand uit de Noordzee verplaatst om de noordkust van Ameland aan te vullen. Dit gebeurt al sinds 1990 omdat de Nederlandse kustlijn l ...

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Climate change, hoax or imminent catastrophe?

Climate change, hoax or imminent catastrophe?

The coastline of the Netherlands is slowly being washed away because of the wind, sea currents and rising sea-levels due to global warming. Since 1990, tons of sand have been transferred from the North Sea to mitigate this erosion, but despite th ...

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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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8 Reasons Electric Trucks will be better at off-roading

8 Reasons Electric Trucks will be better at off-roading

In 2013, I published a blog about electric vehicles from the motorhead perspective. Four years later, nearly every supercar brand uses a hybrid or full-electric as its halo car, electric cars have broken 0-60 marks that were never dreamed of by p ...

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