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Roadmap for Renewable Energy

Thanks to increasing levels of debt financing for climate-aligned projects, wind-generated power has become one of the fastest-growing green industries. Jessica Williams, an Infrastructure Analyst at S&P Global Ratings, considers the submarine technologies that are making this progress possible. Renewable energy is making an increasing contribution to the electrical grid. By the end of 2016, “green energy” sources accounted for almost a quarter of the world’s electricity supply, according to REN21.  Wind power has contributed significantly to this shift and is second

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MUM's the Word: New UUV Takes Shape in Germany

model built and tested. The partners are targeting market readiness by 2025. As the project coordinator, thyssenkrupp no stranger to the subsea market. “thyssenkrupp is the market leader in non-nuclear submarines. A team of engineers within the company is dedicated to apply the cutting edge submarine technologies to the civil subsea industry. Within recent research projects, we for example developed a concept for electrical subsea power generation and storage based on non-nuclear air independent submarine propulsion technologies as well as a concept for a manned multipurpose submarine for arctic offshore

Meet the Seastick

generous mix of experience and wisdom with some of the best up and coming bright minds. Nardini explains. “We are a team of mostly young people (everyone in the technical staff is under 30 years of age) that, combined with the experience of our CEO, who spent his whole life working in the submarine technologies field, is able to handle such a massive project like the Seastick. Every one of us comes from very different fields of studies: physics, mechanical engineering, electronical engineering, marine biology. That makes us a very flexible team and let us face many problems with ease, and is in

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