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  • Ecofys WTTS and Ammonit team up for enhanced wind measurements

    17/03/2015
    Ecofys WTTS has upgraded its 120m met mast with advanced temperature gradient sensors, bringing LiDAR & SoDAR validation measurements to the next level. Validation measurements provide insight to the atmospheric stability and can greatly increase certainty in remote sensing wind measurement studies and improve the bankability of future wind energy projects. Please see the joint press release by E...
  • Ecofys supports TenneT in managing stakeholder consultation process

    12/03/2015
    The Dutch transmission grid operator TenneT has contracted Ecofys to support the organisation in intensifying its stakeholder consultation process with regards to the intended offshore grid in the Dutch part of the North Sea. Ecofys will support TenneT in the stakeholder consultation with respect to all technical, legal and planning aspects of the realisation of the offshore electrical infrastruct...
  • New publication provides country-level assessment of global biofuel potential

    12/03/2015
    A new scientific paper offers a comprehensive, country-based, bottom-up assessment of the land-based global biofuel (bioethanol and biodiesel) potential. Written by Ecofys as a resource data for Shell’s future energy scenarios, the study takes into account a range of scenarios with varying yield gradients, land-use change and technology development. Going beyond many previous analyses, it contains...
  • Switzerland’s climate proposal to the UNFCCC: first in, but room for improvement

    05/03/2015
    A new Climate Action Tracker policy brief has analysed the first “intended nationally determined contribution” (INDC) that was submitted by Switzerland to the UNFCCC last week. In its INDC submitted to the UNFCCC on 27 February 2015, Switzerland announced it would aim to achieve a 50% greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction by 2030 compared to 1990, with at least 30% to be achieved domestically ...