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Winds of change: How wind energy can help Ukraine and the climate

The European Commission’s ‘REPowerEU’ plan and the recent pledge by Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark to reach a capacity of 150 GW offshore wind power are game-changers for the climate and European energy politics, write Kadri Simson and Dan Jørgensen.

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How are the environment and society impacted by wind energy?

NVE, the Norwegian Environment Agency and other government agencies have worked together to get an updated picture of the impacts of wind energy. The goal is to give citizens, developers and the Norwegian authorities a common basis for the assessment of wind power projects.

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EERA 2022 Deep Wind conference – event roundup

Offshore wind is a sector set for innovation and expansion, as researchers work to bring greater sustainability and efficiency to its technologies.

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We need more renewable energy, including wind power, to reach climate targets

“We recognize that it is not easy to find solutions that everyone is happy with. Still, the solution is not to say no to all wind power. ” say five NTNU professors in this statement.

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How might the world meet its clean energy needs

With the world attempting to reach net zero by the middle of this century, what sources of energy could feasibly replace fossil fuels?

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