23 May 2019

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Offshore wind energy: A game changer?

Energy is one of the key drivers of a nation’s economy and a rapidly growing economy like India requires access to modern sources of energy. Electricity demand and supply mismatch in the country has been at its peak for the last few years and with the economy experiencing 7-8 percent growth rates, India needs to augment its generation capabilities. With an estimated 127 GW of offshore wind energy potential, time may just be right to shift gears on the underutilised offshore capability of the country….

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Offshore Wind Will Need Bigger Boats. Much Bigger Boats

Only about a dozen ships in the world can install a wind turbine. A shortage is looming—and shipowners don’t know how big the next generation of vessels has to be….

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IEA: Renewables Growth Is Stalling

Renewable energy deployment stalled out last year, raising alarm bells about the pace of the clean energy transition. In 2018, total deployment of renewable energy stood at about 180 gigawatts (GW), which was the same as the previous year. It was the first time since 2001 that capacity failed to increase year-on-year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA)…

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Wind Industry Network Gathering
Bangkok – 19 June 2019
As part of our member network events, we will be organizing a wind industry network gathering for our members in Bangkok on 19 June 2019.

7th Asia Offshore Wind Day
Taipei – 15 October 2019
As part of our them focused events, we will be organizing the 7th Asia Offshore Wind Day in Taipei on 15 October 2019. The day will include presentations, panel discussions and a cocktail reception at the end of the day.

Please contact us at info@asiawind.org for further information on our events and reports.

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