26 June 2019

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Solar, storage and wind can keep us on track as far as 2030

This year’s New Energy Outlook report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts renewables can keep us on track for less than two degrees of global heating for the next decade. But after that, other technologies will have to do their bit…

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Global renewables jobs ‘hit 11 million’

The renewable energy industry employed 11 million people around the world last year, according to analysis by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)…

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Vestas tipped to ‘top’ 2019 turbine charts

Vestas is expected to have the highest market share of turbine manufacturers in 2019, according to a new report by Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables. The ‘Global wind turbine OEM market share forecasts H1 2019’ report said that Siemens Gamesa will be second followed by GE…

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Japan to overhaul renewable energy system in bid to lower prices

Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will scrap a system in which solar and wind energy from major power companies is purchased at a predetermined price…

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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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