ENERGY TRANSITION

Emissions from wind power supply chain to grow

CARBON emissions from wind energy supply chains are set to reach 55 million tonnes of CO2 by 2050 as the industry is set to dramatically expand in order to replace fossil fuel generation across the world.

Companies looking tackle turbine blade challenge

Companies looking tackle turbine blade challenge

Analysis from Wood Mackenzie notes that while wind power itself does not generate emissions, its life cycle emissions from raw material extraction, through manufacturing and construction, and end of life...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the energy sector, brought to you by the Energy News Bulletin Intelligence team.

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