The UK Embassy for Bolivia commissioned the report to provide an assessment of the country’s current energy status and key recommendations for decarbonisation.
Wood Mackenzie’s latest study outlines the major role that the Firth of Forth industrial cluster could play in Scotland’s journey to net-zero.
According to Wood Mackenzie, wind turbine prices are expected to increase by up to 10% over the next 12 - 18 months, due to various factors.
During 1H2021, the company invested €1.8 billion in new wind farms, solar plants and battery projects – twice as much as in the same period in 2020.
The island’s ambitious Integrated Resource Plan includes adding 1260 MW of wind and solar, and 74 MW of hydro, biomass, or waste energy by the year 2037.
The project, located in Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand, has been synchronised to the grid and expects to begin commercial operation in October 2021.
Niras and Rambøll are conducting studies in the North Sea and Baltic Sea to assess the impact of offshore wind turbines on the environment.
The company has signed a contract with State of Rio Grande do Norte to identify and develop offshore wind, green hydrogen, and green ammonia opportunities off the country’s northern coastline.
Responding to the report, the International Hydropower Association states that decarbonisation of the global energy grid can help mitigate the effects of climate change, with hydropower playing a key role.
In late May 2021, Reuters Events hosted Hydrogen 2021. Download a copy of the company’s post event executive summary to review the key points of the event.
CorPower joined a panel to discuss ambitious offshore renewables plans for the Alto Minho region of northern Portugal.
According to GlobalData, renewable power capacity in Turkey is expected to increase from 19.07 GW in 2020 to 49.31 GW by 2030.
The two-day online summit is on 30 November - 1 December 2021 and is set to host 1500 hydrogen professionals.