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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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Wind market storming ahead in Vietnam, but possible obstacles remain

Wind market storming ahead in Vietnam, but possible obstacles remain

With Indonesia and the Philippines still not quite reaching their stride and the leading Thai market hitting a rough patch, wind development in Vietnam looks like storming ahead of the ASEAN pack. It was with this background that market participa ...

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Wind technology: Our saviour in the fight against carbon emissions?

Wind technology: Our saviour in the fight against carbon emissions?

Global Wind Day is a worldwide event which occurs annually on June 15th. Organised by WindEurope and GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council), it's an opportunity for the industry to celebrate wind technology, facilitate information sharing and promote ...

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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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Vietnam – the next offshore wind market in Asia?

Vietnam – the next offshore wind market in Asia?

I've just comeback from my short business trip to Vietnam and the first Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) Wind Power conference in Hanoi. But I've returned with mixed feelings. Have you ever been in a situation where certain actions or conclusions we ...

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Future for wind demands extended risk management

Future for wind demands extended risk management

The wind power industry is all set for a strong future over the coming decades, with a period of sustained and accelerating growth. DNV GL predicts in its 2017 Energy Transition Outlook report that installed capacity will reach 670 GW in 2020, risi ...

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How the wind energy industry can reduce financial, economic, and reputational risks caused by fires

How the wind energy industry can reduce financial, economic, and reputational risks caused by fires

The significant increase of global use of wind power, does present some challenges for wind turbine manufacturers, wind farm operators and other parties involved. Particularly fire protection is becoming a major concern, as the risk of wind turbine f ...

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DNV GL to discuss solar finance, energy storage, and renewable integration at the World Future Energy Summit

DNV GL to discuss solar finance, energy storage, and renewable integration at the World Future Energy Summit

The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the Middle East's largest gathering on future energy and one that drives actionable solutions to the world's energy challenges. Now in its eighth edition, WFES 2015 will attract upwards of 30,000 delegates fro ...

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DNV GL shares insights from the Infocast Wind Power Finance and Investment Summit: What’s next for wind power market in 2014?

Steady is not a word typically used to describe the US wind power market, nor would one combine the words "stable" and "market conditions" when speaking about the history of US wind power. The industry's primary federal support mechanism, the Product ...

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Fewer tilted wigs, increased focus, and new directions: Reflections from WINDPOWER 2013

I wrote this post while flying home from AWEA's WINDPOWER 2013 conference that just concluded in Chicago, Illinois. This was the twelfth WINDPOWER event I have attended, and I'd like to share my reflections on this year's conference, while also refle ...

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