Join RGI’s upcoming Best Practice Webinar with Renewable Parts on 19 June to learn more about challenges and solutions for a more circular supply chain within the wind industry.

Achieving the Paris Agreement’s goals of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C and reaching net zero emissions by 2050 requires a major overhaul of our energy systems. In the EU, this means integrating at least 42.5% renewable energy into total consumption by 2030. This necessitates an annual addition of over 30GW of wind energy capacity. Wind energy is projected to supply over half of electricity by 2050.

However, this expansion faces obstacles like supply chain disruptions, increased costs, and competition from non-EU markets. Rising costs have already led to the cancellation of significant projects, like Vattenfall’s 1.4-GW Norfolk Boreas offshore wind project in the UK.

A sustainable solution involves shifting to a circular economy, focusing on reusing, repairing, refurbishing, and recycling wind energy infrastructure. This approach reduces environmental impact, decreases dependency on external resources, and enhances supply security. Renewable Parts Ltd. is a leader in implementing these practices, ensuring a sustainable future for wind energy.

These practices will be presented and discussed during the ‘Circular Wind webinar, organised by RGI together with Renewable Parts. Join us on 19 June to learn more about #CircularWind!


More about the webinar here.
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