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Under the rising concept of sustainable development in the world, while responding to carbon neutrality, energy transformation is the goal of global common development. In recent years, offshore wind power has become the focus of renewable energy. While Taiwan's offshore wind power industry is about to catch up, mature European countries have begun to discuss the issue of decommissioning wind turbines.
Biomass energy is an important member of the global green power/renewable energy family, and its contribution is second only to hydropower and wind power.
The demand for renewable energy is increasing day by day. Facing the instability of wind energy and solar energy, energy digitization can increase the productivity and availability of green electricity, such as using algorithms and blockchain technology to reduce consumption and improve flexibility.
With the rise of global awareness of environmental protection, the development of new energy sources to replace the old power generation methods has become one of the important development goals of governments in various countries. One of the least polluting methods of generating electricity is with solar energy.
Not just Taiwan, but the whole world is currently at a critical moment in energy transition. With the increasing demand for green electricity, more and more governments or organizations are paying attention to the development of green and low-carbon energy. Among the developing technologies, wind power is the mainstay. The development of wind power not only promotes a solution for green energy electricity consumption, but also plays a key role in economic growth. The acceleration and momentum of wind powered electric generation has brought new opportunities in industrial upgrading and transformation that will drive the economy.
According to estimates, by 2050, nearly half of the world's electricity will be generated by wind and solar power. Since the 1970s, fossil fuels have accounted for most of the world's electricity. By the middle of the 21st century, global electricity production will be converted from two-thirds fossil fuels to two-thirds renewable energy.
Renewable energy refers to natural resources that can be regenerated in a short period compared to fossil fuels that take more than 100 million years to generate, and will not produce other pollutants during the conversion into energy, such as solar energy, wind energy, Geothermal energy, hydropower, tidal energy, biomass energy, etc. These are all renewable energy sources currently under development in the world.
Looking forward to the global offshore wind power market from 2019 to 2030, the annual compound growth rate will reach 15.2%. The global cumulative installed capacity will reach 86GW in 2025 and 142GW in 2030. China, the UK, and Germany will become the world’s top three markets. India, the United States, and Taiwan will become emerging markets with the greatest growth potential!