CEOs in the wind energy sector wrote an open letter to G20 member countries, providing advice on how they can meet the 2050 net-zero goal.
The webinar is aiming to explore the cybersecurity threats to an energy system that is increasingly made up of smaller renewable generation assets and forms of distributed generation, such that the grid system is potentially vulnerable to the greater number of connection points and lack of a central hand in ensuring security of the system.
Siemens Gamesa has secured €300 million ($363.5 million) in funding from the European Investment Bank to implement its research, development and innovation (RDI) plan during 2020-2023.
On 5 June, the last of 72 turbines was installed at Kriegers Flak, 15-40 kilometres off the east coast of Denmark.
Wind energy major Siemens Gamesa’s blade test center in Aalborg, Denmark, home of the world’s largest test stand, is the first non-commercial in-house blade test facility in the world to gain approval from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
Gamesa is to install its Energy Thrust software in 54 wind farms operated by Iberdrola.