Located in the southern part of Africa, Namibia has participated in the IEC Affiliate Programme since 2001. Namibia has now adopted 59 IEC International Standards and participates in the work of 14 IEC technical committees and subcommittees.
Many countries are working towards reducing their CO2 emissions in a bid to become carbon neutral. Denmark is a world leader in wind energy. Last year it sourced almost half of its power from wind (47%) according to Energinet, the country’s grid operator. Offshore accounted for 18% an
2019 witnesses the largest increase in installed power capacity of renewable energy which grew more than 200 gigawatts. This is one of the finding from the Renewables 2020 Global Status Report published by the non-governmental organization REN21.
Some 140 participants from around the world joined the Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) and Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) projects webinar on the topic of standardization and certification for offshore renewables on 19 May.
The Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) and Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) projects will hold a webinar on the topic of Standardization and certification for offshore renewables on 19 May 2020 from 10:00-11:30 am CEST. Register here.
Many experts around the world are contemplating a “hydrogen society” as a complete and sustainable alternative to our fossil fuel-based economies. IEC has published a key standard that will help those wishing to make a transition to this clean alternative to fossil fuel.