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July 2024

Explore the latest renewables insights in the Summer issue of Energy Global, out now! The issue starts with a guest comment from Terrawatt on the streamlining of the permitting process in Italy, before moving on to a regional report from Frost & Sullivan on the energy landscape in Asia Pacific. This issue looks at key topics such as wind installation vessels, offshore wind turbine foundations, weather analysis, solar maintenance, and more!

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Guest Comment

Significant growth in Asia Pacific
Neha Tatikota, Senior Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, provides an overview of the power industry in the Asia Pacific region, looking at six key markets.

The future is offshore
Phil Combes, Head of Offshore Wind Engineering UK & Ireland, Ramboll, assesses the critical importance of offshore wind for a net-zero future.

The intermittency challenge
Louis Mann, Atlas Copco Gas and Process, USA, considers how the use of turboexpanders in organic Rankine cycles can aid solar-energy-storage on the path towards a sustainable energy future.

The power of sea state monitoring
Lars Ivar Leivestad, Miros, Norway, poses the question: how can offshore wind operations unleash maritime safety and efficiencies?

The next phase for offshore wind
Jan Behrendt Ibsø and Antonela Mitrana, COWI, Denmark, outlines the next phase for offshore wind: digital tools, data-driven design, and hydrogen.

Finding the flow
Iulian Maciuca, Industry Sector Manager – Renewables, Celeros Flow Technology, details how to meet the challenges of offshore wind turbine installation with reliable equipment.

LiDAR: Empowering wind energy's ascent
Matthieu Boquet, Head of Market and Offering of Wind Energy, Vaisala, France, examines the uses of LiDAR technology in wind farms.

Tracking clouds to forecast the solar future
James Luffman, Meteorologist and Founder of Solcast, a DNV Company, explains how satellites and algorithms are being used to finance, build, optimise, and predict global solar generation.

Navigating the winds of change
Dr Evgenia Golysheva, Vice President of Strategy and Marketing, ONYX Insight, UK, looks at ways to close the green skills gap within the wind industry.

Renewable energy generation: driving the green future
Sergio López, General Manager of Soltec, Spain, explores how new technology and innovation in renewable energy will help create a greener future.

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