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Approximately 85% of the total worldwide wind power capacity (549 GW, 2019), and all of the world’s offshore wind capacity, currently resides in the 22 countries participating in the International Energy Agency Wind Technology Collaboration Programme (IEA Wind TCP).

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IEA Wind TCP News

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    On 24 November 2020, IEA Experts Group on R&D Priority-setting and Evaluation (EGRD) together with the Swiss Federal Office of energy hosted the webinar Energy Infrastructure: Public Acceptance. Download presentations here: 1__EGRD_webinar_social_acceptance_24_November_2020_by_Birte_Holst_Joergensen.pdf 2__IEA_Wind_TCP_Annex_28_Social_Acceptance_by_Gundula_Huebner.pdf 3__Energyscapes_by_Ulrike_WissenHayek.pdf 4__Dialogue_bridges_Maik_Bohne.pdf 5__Social_acceptance_H2_and_CCS_by_Kenshi_Itaoka.pdf

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    Dear IEA Wind ExCo members and OAs,   The secretariat has prepared this newsletter with highlights from country and task presentations included in ExCo 86 meeting agenda that have sent a slide to be included in the newsletter. You can access the newsletter by clicking on the image below: https://ieawindtcp.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ExCo-86-Newsletter-Q3-2020.pdf Contact information is included in the pages of the newsletter.   I would like to thank you for your contributions ...

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    IEA EGRD webinar about public acceptance 24/11   Dear all,   We have received an invitation from IEA EGRD Chair to participate in a webinar about public acceptance on the 24th of November 14-15.30 (CET). A member of our IEA Wind Task 28 (Gundula Hübner) is among the speakers   Registration is now open: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5622177197562673931 Regards Ignaci

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    The IEA Wind TCP 2019 Annual Report highlights the activities and accomplishments of the IEA Wind Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP). This global network of researchers and policy experts shares the latest technology research and best practices to advance wind energy deployment. Participants include 24 member countries and sponsor organisations across Europe, North America, and Asia. This report provides a summary of how member countries benefit from wind energy, how much wind power generation ...

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    Please find in the newsletter the highlights from selected country and task presentation from the ExCo 85 meeting: ExCo_85_Newsletter_2020.pd

  • Posted in: IEA Wind News

    IEA Wind TCP has promoted an international effort to identify the main challenges in the science of wind energy. This collaborative effort involving scientist from 19 organizations has culminated in a new journal article published in Science magazine. The key innovation and research areas have been identified, that will underpin wind energy’s continued progress towards becoming the primary global source of low-cost electricity generation. A group of wind energy researchers, from the U.S., ...

Expert Discussions

  • Apologies, did not attach the Flyer. Attached now. John ------------------------------ John MCCANN ExCo Chair /Member, IRELAND The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Dublin ------------------------------ More

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    MegaAWE Project Manager Position

    Hi all,   There's a new position available for a project manager on the recently funded Interreg NWE project on airborne wind energy, MegaAWE.   The position is through EMEC in the UK who are coordinating the project management with Mayo County ... More