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Renewable Energy Monitor

  • Newsletter

  • 20 Pages
  • May 2024
  • Region: Global
  • BNE Intellinews
  • ID: 5300930

REM covers information across all main renewable energy sources, including onshore and offshore wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biofuels, hydro, wave, tidal and marine. It also gives insight into new and developing technologies such as algal biofuels and advanced storage, keeping customers abreast of the latest updates and innovations relevant to any of the above sectors.

REM aims to alert readers and investors on the latest large-scale projects and IPOs, giving balanced coverage of potential global opportunities for investors and companies along the renewable energy supply chain.

In the renewables industry, policy can often dictate the fate of successful projects and investment - REM aims to provide detailed commentary and the latest news on regional issues and decision-making, from a supra-national level such as the European Commission, to national guidance such as the US EPA or Japan’s METI.

REM is fully digital publication and can be read via PDF, PageSuite or via the NewsBase App.

Table of Contents

Sample Table of Contents
  • Commentary
  • California sets goal for offshore floating wind of 3 GW by 2030 and up to 15 GW by 2045
  • Siemens Gamesa releases long-term turnaround strategy
  • US utility initiates strategic review of offshore wind JV with Ørsted
  • Orsted to use union labour for US offshore wind projects
  • Shell and Eneco join in Dutch offshore wind tenders
  • US probe into solar imports threatens 64% of planned new capacity in 2022, Biden administration expresses concern
  • Project partners reach FID for French floating windfarm, Lightsource bp sets up in France
  • Off-grid solar struggles to recover from pandemic
  • Renewables set for record growth in 2022, but 2023 is not so rosy
  • REM: California sets goal for offshore floating wind of 3 GW by 2030 and up to 15 GW by 2045