ENERGY

Renewable Microgrids

December 8, 2021

Renewable Microgrids
Power outages are on the rise and grid resiliency is a growing concern. The number and intensity of severe weather events are increasing. Physical and cyber attacks are a growing threat. And aging grid infrastructure complicates system management. These metrics signal a need for grid infrastructure updates - and an exciting opportunity to rethink the grid and re-examine outdated concepts in power delivery that no longer serve the energy users of today.

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Green Energy Venture AG

Green Energy Venture is a leading advisory and services group which operates along the value chain of renewable energies. Our portfolio is dedicated to connect finance and energy markets. We build bridges across the branches, based on 30 years of experience.

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whitePaper | September 30, 2022

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whitePaper | June 6, 2022

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WHERE WE ARE NOW AND WHAT’S AHEAD

whitePaper | June 8, 2022

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Clean Power Generation

whitePaper | December 30, 2019

As a critical infrastructure developer, owner, and operator of power generation facilities in North America and Europe, this utility markets a wide range of clean energy products from a portfolio of natural gasfueled, solar, and wind energy generation projects. With over 6,600 MW of utility-scale renewable and natural gas-fueled power generation facilities globally, this utility prides itself on being North America’s largest independent wind power generation company.

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Offshore wind business feasibility in a flexible and electrified Dutch energy market by 2030

whitePaper | November 15, 2022

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Green Energy Venture is a leading advisory and services group which operates along the value chain of renewable energies. Our portfolio is dedicated to connect finance and energy markets. We build bridges across the branches, based on 30 years of experience.

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