Through a series of thought leadership pieces, Navigant documents the latest thinking on a coordinated North Sea Grid
The North Sea Grid was conceived as an initiative to harness wind power more effectively through an interconnected offshore grid while helping to meet European carbon emission targets. In addition to vital contributions to European renewable energy and climate goals, careful planning of this infrastructure could also bring about jobs and new protected areas for marine biodiversity.
While the benefits are clear, realizing a North Sea energy system is not without its challenges. In a series of thought leadership pieces, Navigant explores the different aspects of bringing forth a coordinated new energy infrastructure in the North Seas region. From an analysis of stakeholder views to suggested courses of action to overcome barriers, scroll down to explore our latest insights.
In a new white paper, Navigant provides an analysis of stakeholder views on a North Sea Grid
In a new white paper, Navigant investigates the opportunities a North Sea grid would bring to the region
Navigant explored the potential for North Sea renewable energy development
A sustainable, cost-effective, and reliable North Sea energy system would secure Europe's technological leadership, accelerate job growth, and allow the energy industry to export its success globally.”
Kees van der Leun