The UN’s nuclear agency on Monday said global capacity for electricity generation through nuclear power may be shrinking over the coming decades.
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DNV GL publishes Energy Transition Outlook to 2050 ——The World’s Energy Demand Will Peak in 2035 Prompting a Reshaping of Energy Investment
According to DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook, global spending on energy, as proportion of economic output, is set to slow sharply because the world’s energy demand will decline from 2035 onwards. The historically significant change in our energy needs is largely down to rapid electrification and its inherent efficiency. The decarbonization of the energy mix […]
Norway’s Equinor is focusing its green efforts on offshore wind, a goal it is already on its way to achieve, but some investors are concerned about the impact this shift will have on the company’s bottom line. European oil and gas companies are diversifying their portfolio to include less-emitting sources of energy as a result […]
A total of 73.5 percent of 2,006 respondents have considered buying new energy vehicles (NEV), according to a recent survey released by China Youth Daily.
China’s Premier Li Keqiang said the country will speed up construction of transportation, energy and information-related projects in Western China, official state radio reported on Thursday. Li, speaking at a meeting of government officials, also said China will move to release the consumption potential of its western region, state radio said. Source from: Reuters
DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, today announced that it has been contracted to provide technical advisory support on feasibility studies for the first-ever high-voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore wind substation in China.
The Chinese battery cell manufacturer CATL will begin construction of their planned battery cell factory in Germany next year, according to Europe boss Matthias Zentgraf. The production start for the battery cells is estimated for 2022.
China pushes wind energy efforts further offshore — Norwegian certification body DNV GL tasked to help with offshore wind technology situated 55 miles off the Chinese coast.
After tapping all of its near-shore capacity for wind, Norwegian certification body DNV GL said it would help China develop additional power resources offshore. Huadong Engineering Corp. has contracted DNV GL, the Norwegian-based housing for independent energy experts and a certification body, to provide technical training and feasibility studies for an offshore wind farm.
The European Chamber has announced its annual report “Best European Countries for Business 2018” where Norway is highly ranked, moving up one spot from the previous year. The research is based on two globally acclaimed rankings – the Doing Business report by the World Bank, and the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) by Transparency International.