The decade 2010 to 2020 saw renewable power generation becoming the default economic choice for new capacity. In that period, the competitiveness of solar (concentrating solar power, utility‑scale solar photovoltaic) and offshore wind all joined onshore wind in the same range of costs as for new capacity fired by fossil fuels, calculated without financial support. […]
Jiangsu Province Issued the 14th Five-Year Plan for Offshore Wind Power with A Scale of 9.09 million KW
Recently, Jiangsu Provincial Development and Reform Commission published the “14th Five-Year Plan for Offshore Wind in Jiangsu Province”, planning a total of 28 offshore wind sites with a scale of 9.09 million kW and a total area of 1444 square kilometers.
On 9 September, GWEC released its third annual Global Offshore Wind Report 2021, which looks at the growth of the global offshore wind industry in 2020, highlights offshore wind’s role in the decades ahead as one of the central planks of the world’s future energy system on the road to net zero, the latest technology […]
In late August, the installation of the No. 57 turbine of the H8 wind farm in Dafeng Sea, Jiangsu province was successfully completed on the number 3 platform provided by CNPC Offshore Engineering. This is the first time for the CNPC drilling platform to support offshore wind. This once again shows the company’s determination on […]
SHANGHAI, Sept 4 (Reuters) – Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged major powers to “show responsibility” and play a leading role in improving global environmental governance and addressing such challenges as climate change.
A new project aiming to advance offshore wind grid connection technology and develop new solutions has been launched in Norway.
About this report Energy service companies (ESCOs) deliver energy efficiency projects that are financed through the resulting energy cost savings. ESCOs can thus unlock energy efficiency action by addressing barriers related to funding and technical expertise.
August 30 (Renewables Now) – Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA (BME:SGRE) plans to withdraw from direct sales of onshore wind turbines in China and is considering an exit from other markets, while prices will be raised in an effort to stabilise the ailing onshore business, chief executive Andreas Nauen told German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche.