How induction heating saves time and money for the offshore industry

The application of heat is often the only way to repair, remove or install equipment essential to offshore operations. Unfortunately, traditional heating methods and offshore operations don’t mix well. Safety concerns make the application of heat problematic. The use of gas-fired open flames, for example, is prohibited in many environments.

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2021 Renewable Energy Market Analysis

whitePaper | December 3, 2021

Improving technologies, high demand, and policy support are driving rapid renewable energy development. With strong growth expected to continue, what are key considerations for pursuing renewables? NRG Trading Advisors' latest white paper explores North American market growth and offers in depth analysis for sustainability and VPPA planning projects.

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5 Trends for Renewable Energy Buyers in 2022 and Beyond

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Enel Green Power’s guide offers unique insights for companies designing their sustainable energy procurement strategies. The guide responds to companies’ questions regarding near-term growth and developments in wind and solar. Readers will learn about: the rise of decarbonization and Scope 3 targets; increasing interest in environmental and social aspects of projects; supply chain, workforce and transmission challenges; demands for new solutions; the latest regulatory developments.

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Towards 100% renewable energy : Utilities in transistion

whitePaper | January 13, 2020

The IRENA Coalition for Action is an international network with a vision for its members to work together to advance renewable energy in order to drive the global energy transformation in line with the Sustainable Development Goal on energy This white paper has been developed in a joint effort by Members of the Coalition Working Group Towards 100% Renewable Energy. Building on several case studies and first-hand interviews with utilities, the paper outlines a broad variety of experiences and lessonslearned from utilities undertaking the transition to 100% renewable energy.

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White Paper 2021 Offshore wind power and ‘green’ hydrogen: discovering new limits of Ukraine’s generating capacity

whitePaper | April 21, 2021

The White Paper analyses the potential for offshore wind energy development in Ukraine, as well as the use of wind energy for the production of green hydrogen. The authors have presented convincing arguments in favor of the development of this energy sector and have suggested relevant changes to the Ukrainian legislation to facilitate investments in offshore wind energy and production of "green" hydrogen.

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Renewable Energy Price Risk Management at the Energy Exchange

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

With subsidy schemes being gradually phased out across Europe, renewable energy assets are entering the world of merchant risk management and energy trading. Whilst PPAs are one tool to set a baseline for prices that can be relied upon by developers and banks, there remains a price risk when exposed to wholesale market movements. For several decades, energy trading has primarily been the territory of utilities, trading houses and banks. Now, renewable energy project developers and offtakers exposed to wholesale prices must learn how to employ the financial products available to manage the risk exposure to variable prices.

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THE BUSINESS OF STANDALONE GRID-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE

whitePaper | January 16, 2020

In 1800, Alessandro Volta invented the first battery, which came to be known as the voltaic pile. It was the first device to provide a steady supply of energy. Batteries have come a long way since then. In the 1970s, lithium-ion batteries were commercialized for the first time. Now they are a crucial component in revolutionizing and enabling continued renewable penetration on the US electrical grid.

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