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Bolstered offshore wind pipeline presents upside risk to Brazilian wind power sector

Growing momentum for the development of offshore wind capacity in Brazil presents significant upside risk to our mid- to long-term wind power forecasts. While the continued suspension of power and renewables auctions presents some downside risks to our medium to long-term growth outlook for the wind power sector, risks remain mostly to the upside.

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Mega Trends & Analysis

If green energy is the future, how can technology lead the way?

While there is tremendous growth in, and potential for, renewables, grid stability remains a barrier to progress. Hydrogen and artificial intelligence look set to play critical roles as countries turn to technology to help solve the problems of scaling up renewables.

Policy Watch

Decommissioning of Onshore Wind Turbines

Today 34,000 turbines are 15 years or older, representing 36 GW of onshore wind capacity. Most of the ageing capacity is in Germany, followed by Spain, Italy and France. This is a significant volume that needs certain logistics in place to proceed with dismantling, collection, transportation, waste management treatment & finally site restoration.

Tech Talk

How PV-plus- storage will compete with gas generation in the U.S.

The combination of ever-cheaper energy storage systems and state and federal policy support has heightened utilities’ interest in hybrid projects combining solar photovoltaics and storage (known as PVS for short). There are now over 19 GW of PVS projects in the pipeline in the U.S and expected to come online by 2023, and an additional 80 GW of projects in the interconnection queue.

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Opportunities for green finance in the Philippines

The Philippines has been one of the fastest growing economies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and despite the covid-19 crisis, the economic growth is expected to rebound gradually in 2021–2022. However, this recovery from the COVID-19 crisis would need urgent focus on green infrastructure and creating an enabling environment for these investments. The Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities: Philippines 2020 Report has been prepared by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).

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