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Response to the Covid crisis can reshape the future of energy

The World Energy Outlook 2020, the International Energy Agency’s flagship publication, focuses on the pivotal period of the next 10 years, exploring different pathways out of the crisis. The new report provides the latest IEA analysis of the pandemic’s impact: global energy demand is set to drop by 5% in 2020, energy-related CO2 emissions by 7%, and energy investment by 18%.

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Supply chain consultation launched to support offshore wind growth in Massachusetts

Xodus Group and BW Research Partnership will conduct a research project to assess the local and regional supply chain in support of the growing offshore wind industry in and around Massachusetts, USA. 

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UK unveils plan to power all UK homes with offshore wind by 2030

UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out new plans to Build Back Greener with the aim to make the UK a world leader in clean wind energy. The announcement is part of the government's commitment towards net zero emissions by 2050 and will support 60,000 jobs.

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New analysis shows onshore wind energy potential can power Africa

A new study for IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, shows that continental Africa possesses an onshore wind potential of almost 180,000 Terawatt hours (TWh) per annum, enough to satisfy the entire continent’s electricity demands 250 times over.

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Eight governments pledge to kickstart offshore wind in the Baltic Sea

At an Offshore Wind Conference, hosted by the Polish Wind Energy Association (PSEW), high-level representatives of eight Baltic Sea countries and the European Commission signed a joint declaration to accelerate the build-out of new offshore wind capacities in the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea could host 93 GW by 2050, up from today’s 2.2 GW.

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Germans and Scots deepen their cooperation on offshore wind and green hydrogen

The Wind Energy Cluster WAB has signed a three-year cooperation agreement with its Scottish partner DeepWind. The aim of the agreement is to cooperate more closely with joint initiatives for the expansion of offshore wind power and the development of a market for green hydrogen from wind energy.

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