Technologies

We bring renewable projects to life

We work alongside local communities, governments and strategic partners, bringing a combination of international experience and local knowledge to our markets.

To succeed demands pioneering solutions. We work across mature and emerging green energy technologies, and throughout all stages of the project lifecycle, bringing our finance, investment and development experience into every project.

We work across mature and emerging green energy technologies, and focus on bringing pioneering solutions to the projects. Our primary focus is on onshore and offshore wind, solar and power-to-x

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We bring renewable projects to life

We work alongside local communities, governments and strategic partners, bringing a combination of international experience and local knowledge to our markets.

To succeed demands pioneering solutions. We work across mature and emerging green energy technologies, and throughout all stages of the project lifecycle, bringing our finance, investment and development experience into every project.

We work across mature and emerging green energy technologies, and focus on bringing pioneering solutions to the projects. Our primary focus is on onshore and offshore wind, solar and power-to-x

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Wind Energy

Globally, annual capacity additions for onshore wind and offshore wind increase are expected to more than four-fold in the next 20 years.

The levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for onshore wind is already competitive compared to all fossil fuel generation sources and is set to decline further as installed costs and performance continue to improve. The LCOE of offshore wind is already competitive in certain European markets. Offshore wind would be competitive in other markets across the world in the coming years.

The combination of improved wind turbine technologies, deployment of higher hub heights and longer blades with larger swept areas leads to increased capacity factors for a given wind resource, and wind energy projects will in coming years be an attractive investment asset.

Wind Energy

Globally, annual capacity additions for onshore wind and offshore wind increase are expected to more than four-fold in the next 20 years.

The levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for onshore wind is already competitive compared to all fossil fuel generation sources and is set to decline further as installed costs and performance continue to improve. The LCOE of offshore wind is already competitive in certain European markets. Offshore wind would be competitive in other markets across the world in the coming years.

The combination of improved wind turbine technologies, deployment of higher hub heights and longer blades with larger swept areas leads to increased capacity factors for a given wind resource, and wind energy projects will in coming years be an attractive investment asset.

Solar Energy

In the coming years, technology improvements will ensure that solar becomes even cheaper.

The levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for onshore wind is already competitive compared to all fossil fuel generation sources and is set to decline further as installed costs and performance continue to improve. The LCOE of offshore wind is already competitive in certain European markets. Offshore wind would be competitive in other markets across the world in the coming years.

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Utility scale PV plant are being installed in most European countries, and the ongoing significant drop in LCOE for pv plants have resulted in reduction in incentives in many European countries.

We see pv projects as a very attractive investment both from a project development and operational perspective.

POWER-TO-X

Power-to-x contributes to the solution of several challenges that arise when changing from fossil energy sources to green sources such as wind and solar.

Most commonly, power-to-x provides:

  • Energy storage in periods when batteries and smart grid are not feasible, i.e. from weeks to seasonal
  • A solution to absorbing peak loads of wind and solar, sized to provide average electricity consumption
  • A possibility for liquid fuels used in long distance transport such as planes and ocean-faring ships

There are partial solutions using alternative methods to all three of the above advantages. However, Power-to-X is the only solution that solves all three. Therefore, touching on all three aspects should be beneficial for a successful business case for Power-to-X project.

Renewable energy producers benefit from power-to-X projects by increased electricity demand and in particular greater variable demand to help monetize periods of high production. Consequently, we have focus on the possibility for integrating of renewable energy projects in different power-to-x structures.

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POWER-TO-X

Power-to-x contributes to the solution of several challenges that arise when changing from fossil energy sources to green sources such as wind and solar.

Most commonly, power-to-x provides:

  • Energy storage in periods when batteries and smart grid are not feasible, i.e. from weeks to seasonal
  • A solution to absorbing peak loads of wind and solar, sized to provide average electricity consumption
  • A possibility for liquid fuels used in long distance transport such as planes and ocean-faring ships

There are partial solutions using alternative methods to all three of the above advantages. However, Power-to-X is the only solution that solves all three. Therefore, touching on all three aspects should be beneficial for a successful business case for Power-to-X project.

Renewable energy producers benefit from power-to-X projects by increased electricity demand and in particular greater variable demand to help monetize periods of high production. Consequently, we have focus on the possibility for integrating of renewable energy projects in different power-to-x structures.