‘Radical but durable’ paradigm needed for delivery of low-carbon energy infrastructure in race to net-zero – Long read

(OEM) Australia’s engineering company Worley has partnered with Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment to measure the indicators of change in the journey to net-zero by 2050, outlining that countries need to move from years to weeks to develop and build their low-carbon energy infrastructure to meet the net-zero challenge. According to Dr Fatih... Continue Reading →

Maine Issues Offshore Wind Roadmap

(OW) The Governor of Maine’s Energy Office has released the Maine Offshore Wind Roadmap, a stakeholder-driven comprehensive plan that is said to offer detailed strategies for Maine to realize economic, energy, and climate benefits from offshore wind, in conjunction with communities, fisheries, and wildlife of the Gulf of Maine. The Roadmap was developed over 18... Continue Reading →

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