Floating wind turbine I: global market forecast and policy summary
As shore areas with lower developing costs gradually saturated, and capacity connected to the grid of each region reached a limit, many countries shifted focus to floating wind turbines.
Producing hydrogen offshore amid global race to zero emissions
In the report “Net Zero by 2050: A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector” published by the International Energy Agency (IEA) this May, more than 400 milestones are identified to guide the path toward a net-zero global carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.
Analysis of Asia Pacific Offshore Wind Market-Taiwan
Taiwan has set a target of sourcing 20% of electricity initially from renewables by 2025, but the pandemic delayed the progress of wind farms. Benefit from policy, offshore wind industrial chain in Taiwan will have a bigger bargaining chip in stage 3.
Floating wind turbines could be key offshore wind technology for the next decade
With nearshore wind becoming concentrated, floating wind turbines will emerge as an international trend.
Development of offshore wind in Taiwan: Formosa offshore wind farms
Taiwan, where the offshore wind market is booming, continues to draw foreign investment.
Analysis of Asia Pacific offshore wind market: South Korea
According to South Korea’s newly adopted Green New Deal agenda, the government will introduce a carbon tax, phase out overseas coal financing, and develop renewable energy, with a focus on solar and wind. In addition, the government has pledged to reach n
Analysis of Asia-Pacific offshore wind market: Vietnam
Fossil fuels hold the lion’s share of Vietnam’s energy mix. They account for around 52% of the nation’s installed energy generation capacity in 2020—a figure that is higher than the official target.