Research / Energy

The green leap: How the energy transition is transforming China's economy
China’s goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2060 is accelerating the transformation of its economic activity and energy mix, signalling a major shift in how energy in the country is …
Are EVs meeting ESG standards?
Electric vehicles (EV) are rising in popularity in recent years, replacing traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles that rely on fossil fuels. A growing number of both developed and developing …
Hydrogen forecast to 2050
DNV's first dedicated hydrogen forecast to 2050 provides new and expanded hydrogen findings from our Energy Transition Outlook model - exploring the outlook globally, regionally, and by sector. We combine …
Energy Transition Outlook 2022
This 6th edition of Energy Transition Outlook combines our "best estimate" forecast for the energy transition with our "Pathway to Net Zero Emissions". DNV's Energy Transition Outlook is widely referenced …
Wind turbine generator foundations
Wind turbine generator (WTG) foundations are estimated to represent approximately 25% of the balance of plant (BOP) cost of a wind farm. The foundation supports a multimillion-dollar asset, without which …
Floating offshore wind: the next five years
By 2050, we predict that floating offshore wind will generate 264 GW or 15% of all offshore wind energy. To put this into context this is the equivalent to a …
Energy Transition Outlook 2021
DNV's annual Energy Transition Outlook presents the results from our independent model of the world's energy system. It covers the period through to 2050 and forecasts the energy mix, supply …
India's data centre boom: powering sustainable growth
India is one of the emerging markets for data centres in Asia Pacific and could soon be a strong competitor to more mature markets in the region, such as Singapore …
Energy storage systems in the APAC region
The Asia Pacific region is in the early stages of a transformational energy transition that requires progressive, widespread switching from fossil fuels to variable renewable energy sources such as wind …
Time out: Coal Capex in China
In 2016, seven leading Chinese power companies planned to spend an estimated CNY 238 billion on 89 coal power plants to drive China's economy forward. Will these plants be able …
Tracking the Transition
The energy sector is the world's largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions, powering all of mankind's activity. In China, the six largest listed coal-fired power account for one fifth of …
The business case for natural climate solutions: Insights and opportunities for Southeast Asia
Nature already mitigates a significant portion of man-made GHG emissions; approximately a quarter of these emissions are absorbed by trees, plants, and soil, while another quarter is absorbed into marine …
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