KFX CO2 simulation software is being developed by DNV and Equinor to increase safety in carbon capture and storage.
Chinese Offshore Development Is Being Mapped Out With 41 Clusters Planned, A Total Capacity Of 290GW
“Large turbines, large-scale development, floating foundation, offshore intelligent operation and maintenance, as well as deep-sea flexible direct current transmission technology, are the development direction of offshore wind power.”
DNV is looking for partners to launch a new Joint Industry Project (JIP) for floating offshore substations.
The Key Measures to Promote the Prevention and Control of Soil Pollution during the 14th Five-Year Plan
The Opinions of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and The State Council on Deepening the Battle against Pollution (hereinafter referred to as the Opinions) were published and implemented recently, making comprehensive plans for further strengthening ecological and environmental protection during the 14th Five-Year Plan period, and setting specific requirements for higher standards in […]
According to Guangxi Development and Reform Commission, after more than two years of efforts, Guangxi offshore wind planning was officially approved by the National Energy Administration on November 1, marking the whole region’s offshore wind power entering from the planning stage to the construction and implementation stage.
The United States and China recall their Joint Statement Addressing the Climate Crisis of April 17th, 2021. They are committed to its effective implementation and appreciate the intensive work that has taken place to date and the value of continued discussion.
SHANGHAI, Nov 3 (Reuters) – Chinese fund managers are rushing to set up wind power funds, in the latest move to capitalize on investors’ green fever, as global climate talks in Glasgow rekindle interest in China’s carbon neutrality pledge.
CHINESE turbine makers have made their local wind power market the biggest in the world with a scorching pace of installations. Now, those giants want to take a larger slice of burgeoning global demand.