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  • A new report, by researchers from the University of Sussex in the UK and Aarhus University in Denmark, suggests that Europe has the capacity to produce enough energy for the whole world until 2050 from onshore wind farms.The study reveals that if all of Europe’s capacity for onshore wind farms was r...

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  • The latest Energy Transition Outlook by DNV-GL forecasts that current measures will not be fast enough to meet the Paris Agreement goal and could reach 2.5oC by the end of the century. However, at the report launch, Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO of DNV-GL maintained: ‘The technology is avail...

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  • Based upon figures from BEIS, in 2018 the UK has an inland energy consumption of 192.8 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent (MTOE) and an indigenous energy production of 116.3 MTOE (BEIS 2018). This leaves a significant shortfall of approximately 40% to be covered by importing energy and brings into que...

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  • Australia will officially meet the obligations of its Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET) one year ahead of schedule, Australia’s Clean Energy Council has announced.The target, introduced in 2001, was for Australia to generate 33,000 GWh of power from large-scale renewable energy by 2020. The...

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  • Solar power has now reached ‘grid parity’ – the point at which renewables can generate energy at a cost equal to the price of power from the grid – in 344 Chinese cities, according to a new study published in Nature Energy. Prior research had indicated that solar would reach this crucial tippin...

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  • Ofgem has published the National Grid Electricity System Operator’s technical report into the recent UK power cuts of 9 August 2019.The technical report will form evidence as part of Ofgem’s formal investigation into the power cuts and the actions of National Grid Electricity System Operat...

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  • The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, and former Vice President Al Gore have announced the winners of New York's first comprehensive offshore wind solicitation. The project will see the construction of two offshore wind farms in Long Island waters, with a combined capacity of 1.7 GW. Contract...

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  • Half of the 174 offshore wind turbines to be installed at the Hornsea One offshore wind farm are now in place, says developer Ørsted.The site is due to reach completion in the first quarter of 2020, at which point it will become the world’s largest offshore wind farm, and the furthest from shore yet...

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  • The growth of onshore wind energy is collapsing in Germany, according to trade association WindEurope, jeopardising both German and EU renewables targets in the process.Just 134 MW of new onshore wind was installed in Germany in the first quarter of this year – making it the country’s worst quarter ...

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  • If the UK is to secure enough low cost power capacity to meet its carbon emissions targets, new onshore wind turbines will be needed to replace older wind farms – so says a new report: Onshore Wind: The UK’s Next Generation from trade association RenewableUK.The report warns that more than 8 GW of o...

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