A digital solution to design the anchoring and electrical connections of floating wind farms has been developed by a group of companies within offshore renewables.
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The company will supply 79 of its typhoon-class onshore wind turbines for one of Japan’s largest wind farm clusters.
The companies are set to collaborate on the safe implementation of potential new technologies to support the country’s decarbonisation goals.
Energy Global Editor, Lydia Woellwarth, was recently joined by Tim Bruewer, Senior Marketing Analyst for Watlow’s Energy & Environmental Technologies business, to delve deeper into Watlow's recent article in Energy Global.
Entitled ‘Handling the heat’, this article discusses the role of molten salt heat management in solar thermal plants.
Construction of the wind farm, located in Lower Saxony, Germany, is scheduled to begin in 2022, and will be capable of producing enough green electricity to supply more than 15 500 households.
The organisations have agreed to advance the use of renewables in UN peacekeeping missions and host countries.
ACORE has released a report which shows that confidence among both renewable energy investors and developers is at an all-time high.