Norway’s DNV Announces Acquisition Of Australia Based Global Solar Irradiance Data & Forecasting Provider Solcast
Wednesday, 01 Feb 2023
Global independent assurance and risk management provider DNV of Norway has acquired solar irradiance data and forecasting technology company Solcast from Australia to expand its solar forecasting expertise, the company has announced.
World Headed Towards 2.2°C Warming Even As Renewables Forecast To Account For 83% Global Energy Mix By 2050
Monday, 17 Oct 2022
Solar PV technology is likely to account for 35% of the global power supply by 2045, further expanding to 38% in 2050 with a 3rd of this coming from utility scale solar farms, supported by onsite storage, according to DNV’s Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) 2022.
Tuesday, 28 Jun 2022
Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV has issued a Statement of Conformity for Norwegian startup Sunlit Sea’s prefabricated floating solar PV (FPV) systems certifying that its design complies with recommended practice.
Wednesday, 15 Jun 2022
Come 2050 and 85% global hydrogen supply will come from low-carbon sources including 17.5% from dedicated solar-based electrolysis and 13% from wind-based electrolysis, however its uptake is pretty slow and needs supportive policies to make it compet.
Friday, 24 Sep 2021
Solar monitoring, control and asset management system provider GreenPowerMonitor (GPM) has acquired PV analytics technology platform PEAK, which expands the advanced analytics services it provides to the global solar industry.
Wind & Solar PV To Expand 15-Fold & 20-Fold Respectively, Yet ‘Humanity Would Still Fail To Achieve Net Zero Emissions By 2050’: DNV
Friday, 03 Sep 2021
The graph here presents the global solar levelized cost of energy and capture price, with spread over regions.
DNV & 24 Industry Partners As BayWa, Ciel & Terre, Total, Statkraft, RWE, Acciona Energia, EDF, EDP, Among Others Launch Recommended Practice Guidelines For Floating Solar PV Projects
Thursday, 01 Apr 2021
Norway based global energy consultant DNV, previously DNV GL, along with 24 consortium partners has published some recommendations for the deployment of floating solar power projects, intending the document to be used as a commonly recognized guidance for safe and sustainable operation of floating solar PV (FPV) projects.
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