GWEC’s Global Offshore Wind Taskforce accelerates the development of offshore wind technology in non-European markets such as Asia and North America. Chaired by Alastair Dutton, the taskforce is made up of leading developers, investors and manufacturers in the sector, as well as technical experts and inter-governmental organisations.

For more information about the Task Force please contact Alastair Dutton.

台灣綠色融資大會

 

企業對於可再生能源的直接採購是目前可再生能源產業中最重要的趨勢,吸引了全球業者的高度興趣。企業直接購電將成為全球風能和其他可再生能源的新融資來源。

社區風場在歐洲各國是一種行之有年的小型風力發電場的融資方式。 由於台灣陸上風電的潛力和台灣政府制定1.2 GW的目標,台灣極有機會將引入社區投資風場的模式,擴大公民參與投資。

這個為期半天的會議將聚焦討論企業購電和社區風場所有權的機遇和挑戰。

如您想獲得更多關於活動議程的更多訊息,請參考活動網站。

GWEC’s Global Offshore Wind Taskforce accelerates the development of offshore wind technology in non-European markets such as Asia and North America. Chaired by Alastair Dutton, the taskforce is made up of leading developers, investors and manufacturers in the sector, as well as technical experts and inter-governmental organisations.

For more information about the Task Force please contact Alastair Dutton.

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has funded a research study as part of its new One Earth Initiative, which offers a feasible roadmap for achieving—and surpassing—the targets set by the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement

The One Earth Model charts an extraordinarily detailed and hopeful path to a climate-safe world, relying primarily on wind and other renewable technologies, combined with sensible land-use practices. The groundbreaking new framework is the first model to achieve the required negative emissions through natural climate solutions, including the restoration of degraded forests and other lands, along with a transition to 100% renewable energy by mid-century. It is the result of two years of research and modelling by leading scientists at the University of Technology Sydney, the German Aerospace Center, and the University of Melbourne.

The One Earth model paints a future with wind power as the leading power generation technology globally. Wind and solar dominate the energy supply side, and much of that power is used to make heat as well as gas and liquids for heat and transport.

Ben Backwell, CEO of the Global Wind Energy Council, commented: “The IPCC’s Special Report on 1.5ºC highlighted planet Earth’s climate emergency, and how quickly we have to act. The One Earth Climate model shows us a way out – relying primarily on wind and other renewable technologies, combined with sensible land-use practices. We welcome the findings of this landmark study, which reinforces that the transition to renewable technologies, wind in particular, will help us meet our urgent climate goals.”

The full press release can be found here.

More information about the One Earth initiative can be found here, and the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation here.