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Floating Offshore the Next Frontier in Wind Development in APAC: WoodMac

Floating offshore could be the next frontier in wind power development in the Asia Pacific (APAC), according to Wood Mackenzie.  The analysis finds that a significant market for floating offshore technology is emerging in Asia. With developers in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan having announced plans to develop key demonstration projects, although the scale of […]

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Wind, Solar Must Grow by 162 & 253 GW for Europe to Meet 2030 Emissions Target: WM

A new report details that for Europe to meet the 2030 emissions target, dramatic changes are needed including increased wind and solar installations A new report by Wood Mackenzie details that while the new 2030 emissions target of Europe of seeing a 55 percent reduction over 1990 levels has made it the undisputed global leader […]

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Australia Needs Ambitious RE Target Policy to Unlock Investments: WoodMac

Australia needs an ambitious long-term Renewable Energy (RE) Target policy to unlock future investments, according to Wood Mackenzie Australia needs an ambitious long-term Renewable Energy (RE) Target policy to unlock future investments, according to research firm Wood Mackenzie. The share of renewables in the country’s National Electricity Market (NEM) power generation mix is expected to […]

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FTM Storage Costs to Decline 30% by 2025 in Asia Pacific: WoodMac

All-in FTM battery storage system costs in Asia Pacific markets could decline by more than 30 percent by 2025, as per Wood Mackenzie. All-in front-of-the-meter (FTM) battery storage system costs in Asia Pacific markets could decline by more than 30 percent by 2025, according to research and consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie. Storage system prices fell […]

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Renewables in APAC to be Cheaper Than Coal by 2030, Led by India

A new report shows that most markets in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region can expect to see a cheaper levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for renewables compared to coal by 2030. With India and Australia expected to lead the charge. The latest report by Wood Mackenzie tails that across the region, new investments in renewables […]

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Storage Emerging As Issue For Europe’s RE Growth

Europe, which has covered a lot of ground in terms of share of renewable energy in the grid, risks losing the advantages that should flow from these investments, says a report by research firm Woodmac. (Wood Mackenzie). Storage as a key driver is an issue we have also flagged earlier, at SaurEnergy in our October […]

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PV Module Innovations to Help Drive Down Solar Costs in 2020s: WoodMac

In the 2020s, improvement in module efficiency and power class will propel the declining capex trend-forward and ultimately lower the solar LCOE The global solar industry has experienced tremendous growth in the past decade as the annual demand for solar rose year after year while the cost of solar declined significantly. In the 2020s, solar […]

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Over 17 GW of Wind Turbine Capacity Ordered Globally in Q2 2020: WoodMac

The second quarter of 2020 (Q2) saw more than 17 GW of wind turbine capacity ordered globally, according to a new analysis from Wood Mackenzie. The second quarter of 2020 (Q2) saw more than 17 GW of wind turbine capacity ordered globally. This equates to an estimated USD 16 billion, according to a new analysis […]

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Global Energy Storage Capacity to Reach 741 GWh by 2030: WoodMac

A new report by Wood Mackenzie’s has estimated that the global energy storage capacity additions could grow to reach 741 GWh of cumulative capacity by 2030. A new report by research agency Wood Mackenzie’s has estimated that the global energy storage capacity additions could grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31 percent, […]

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