In offshore wind, bigger is better in terms of cutting costs and increasing productivity.
For investors, developers and operators of wind farms, considerable effort and costs are expended in finding a suitable site, gaining planning approval, purchasing its components and supervising its construction and commissioning… This feature looks at some of the issues involved in getting a commercial onshore wind farm fully commissioned and serving the […]
It has been estimated by the EIA, that the US has some 2,000 GW of offshore generating capacity to exploit. This is roughly double current demands for power in the US. Much of this clean energy resource is located near many major population centres such as New York, Los Angeles, […]
California’s ambitious energy efficiency targets and zero carbon generation targets by mid-century will provide new opportunities for disruptive technologies including large-scale energy storage, demand management, floating wind and gas power combined with carbon capture.
The German case for LNG import terminals rests on the need to increase the country’s gas imports as North Sea gas production declines.