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Offshore Wind Market Report: 2021 DoE

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In 2020, the U.S. offshore wind energy project development and operational pipeline grew to a potential generating capacity of 35,324 megawatts (MW). Specifically, the pipeline experienced a 24% increase in 2020, up from 28,521 MW in 2019..

The climate case for hydrogen technologies in Vietnam

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Siemens in house but interesting nonetheless   Summary: Hydrogen for a sustainable and smooth energy transition • Hydrogen will play a key role in the future energy sector and its development will happen faster than many might expect. •..

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