DNV GL releases new tool that creates 10,000 equally plausible realities for better forecasting of weather, load or prices for renewable energy projects.

New DNV GL report reviews progress, potential, and barriers for digitalization in the wind energy industry. Improving operational efficiency (identified by 52% of respondents), decision making (42%) and cost efficiency (40%) are top priorities for further digitalization. The balance between sharing data and protecting competitive advantage and Intellectual Property key to realizing the full potential of digital technology in the industry.

DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook indicates global temperatures rise by 2.4⁰C by end of century. Energy experts identify a combination of technology measures to curb global warming which includes: Boost solar power more than 10 times to 5 TW, wind power by 5 times to 3 TW and increase battery production for EVs 50-fold by 2030. DNV GL calls for extraordinary policy action to advance renewables, new decarbonization technologies and systems, electrical vehicles and energy efficiency

Gas and variable renewables will be the only energy sources for which demand is higher in 2050 than today. However, they must work together alongside greater uptake of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to secure a rapid energy transition, according to a new forecast of the energy transition by DNV GL.

London, 11 September 2019 – A technology-driven energy transition of staggering scale and speed will lead to a rapid decarbonization of the energy mix, with almost half our energy needs met by renewables by 2050. Plunging technology costs and market forces are driving the transition, but without bold policy intervention we will fall well short of the Paris climate goals. These are some of the findings of the third edition of the Energy Transition Outlook (ETO), which, owing to DNV GL’s independence and technical expertise, has become a respected voice in forecasting our energy future.

New service provides specific insights into the dynamic behaviour of the main components of the wind turbine during regular and unusual conditions.

New industry-wide report from DNV GL highlights benefits and challenges of digital technologies for renewable energy financing as market moves away from subsidies. DNV GL surveyed nearly 2000 senior stakeholders from across the energy industry. A lack of digital mindset is seen as a bigger barrier in the finance industry compared to other sectors.

Speakers will be world-leading energy experts from within DNV GL and its global network. New podcast builds on the success of the DNV GL Talks Energy podcast, which reaches a global audience of over 10,000 listeners per episode