13 Feb 2018
Technology Radar 2018 “Renewable Energy” report - just launched by Lloyd’s Register – analyses the sizeable renewable energy impacts in the next five (5) years and beyond. It provides answers from leading industry experts on their optimism, concerns and investment outlook on tomorrow’s energy mix.
The report asks the question: when will renewable energy become the dominant source of energy? Furthermore, the study examines which technologies are likely to have the greatest impact in different countries, and what are the key drivers and inhibitors for success.
The research sought the insights and opinions of leaders across the sector, as well as a survey of 800 professionals and experts around the world, including:
- Stephen Church, partner and energy market leader, EY
- Bruce Douglas, chairman, Global Solar Council
- David Eyton, group head of technology, BP
- Deborah Greaves, head, School of Engineering, University of Plymouth
- Walburga Hemetsberger, board member, energy transition solutions, Hydrogen Europe
- Samuel Leupold, executive VP and CEO of wind power, Ørsted
- John Liljelund, chief executive officer, AW-Energy
- Stephanie McClellan, director, special initiative on offshore wind, University of Delaware
- Lyall McLachlan, chairman, Solastor
The full 2018 Technology Radar Renewable Energy report is free to access and download. Go to lr.org/techradar
to download the 2018 Technology Radar Renewable Energy report and findings
, plus the Executive Summary in English, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese or Norwegian.