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Interactive webtool launched to bring together UK offshore renewable energy research

The Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub has launched an interactive Research Landscape to communicate Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) research. The mission of the Supergen ORE Hub is to connect academia, industry, policymakers and the public to inspire research and innovation and maximise the societal value in offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.

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Top three western wind turbine OEMs to control 60% of market by 2028

After a decade of fragmentation, the top five global turbine OEMs are strengthening their hold on the industry. By 2028, they are expected to control three quarters of the sector. The leading three western turbine OEMs will increase their market share from 47% - or 32GW - in 2019 to more than 60% - or 48GW - by 2028, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.

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Wind-farm-scale blockage effects

Ørsted has announced recently that it had revised its estimates for future energy production of its offshore wind farms as a result of improving its methodology for calculating turbine interaction loss. The announced change appears to be, in part, related to a DNV GL paper published in the scientific journal Energies in June 2018.

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Civil society and industry in joint push for a climate neutral economy

A broad group of 100 organisations from industrial sectors and civil society calls on EU policymakers to accelerate the uptake of clean and renewable electricity as the most cost-effective and energy efficient strategy to deliver a climate neutral Europe.

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PROMOTioN project delivers recommendations to realise a North Sea transmission grid

Countries around the North Sea need to implement a harmonised regulatory and economic framework to fully exploit the potential of a meshed offshore grid in the North Sea. This is a key conclusion of the EU-funded research project PROMOTioN (Progress on Offshore Meshed HVDC Transmission Networks).

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RES4Africa Foundation and GWEC sign MoU to forward Africa’s sustainable development

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and RES4Africa Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to increase cooperation through joint initiatives and activities to support sustainable development for resilient economies and energy systems in Africa.

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