The offshore wind industry envisions an installation of 1,400GW of offshore wind by 2050 to drive decarbonisation and a green economy. Is this achievable?
The International Energy Agency finds that global offshore wind capacity may increase 15-fold and attract around $1 trillion of cumulative investment by 2040.
The overall renewable power capacity, excluding hydropower, in Sweden is projected to more than double from 14.8GW in 2019 to 30.4 GW in 2030.
Installation of high-performance transformers at a major offshore wind project will provide clean power for up to a million homes in the UK.
French companies Ideol and Atlantique Offshore Energy have revealed market-ready plans for a floating substation to serve the offshore wind energy sector.
The World Bank Group has announced a new programme that will be focused on fast-tracking the adoption of offshore wind energy in developing countries.
The need for utilities to understand the issues surrounding interconnection of remote resources – in particular offshore wind located out at sea or in...
Danish energy company, Ørsted, has appointed technology solutions provider ABB to provide a range of technologies that will help integrate and transmit renewable wind...