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A quote from the news in 2016:[quote align=”center” color=”#999999″]“The cost of building offshore wind farms has fallen to a new low, with Sweden’s Vattenfall winning contracts to build two projects in Danish waters for just over €60 per MWh.” [/quote] This sets a new record for cheapest offshore wind farm. It makes you wonder: “How low can the costs[…]

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Do you think you know all the ins and outs about smart grids, sustainable energy, standed assets and recent breakthrough energy-technologies? Excellent! You’re the one we’re looking for… it’s time to put your knowledge to the test. The YES-DC Pubquiz is organised for all of its members. Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues.[…]

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Update 29 November: Please find the slides of the conference here. [divider scroll_text=”SCROLL_TEXT”]   Climate change has enormous economic, social and financial implications for economies around the world. The famous 2006 Stern Report urges us to take action, and claims that postponing action will only cost us more in the end. However, one of the risks that[…]

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Although for many of us energy is considered a basic need and we do not even think about it, still 1.2 billion people in the world do not have access to energy. With cheaper and more efficient sustainable energy technologies which are a good fit for many developing regions, several organizations are developing energy access[…]

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Networking is of vital importance for any young professional but many feel uncomfortable doing it or do not get the most out of networking events. Therefore YES-DC organises a networking workshop for you this month with an external expert on communication and networking. We are very excited we could invite such a great expert and we think this[…]

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2016 is proving to be an exciting year for storage. Developments such as the Tesla powerwall, secondary control using car batteries, and artificial lake storage claim to stabilize the energy supply and enable decarbonisation. Where will the future take us? This first event organized by the new Board and Event Committee will focus on a promising part[…]

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The next YES-DC event will expand upon the future trends of the Dutch energy sector. The event will focus on the future energy scene from different perspectives. The influence of local energy initiatives and cooperatives on the energy future will be explained, as well as the influence of energy scenarios. Furthermore, the role of governments[…]

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Join us for the next YES-DC event on the ongoing conflict in Syria, and find out more about the role of energy in Middle Eastern tensions. When the Arab Spring started in 2011, it soon spread to Syria. Unlike in other countries, the Syrian army did not massively desert to the rebel cause, giving long-time[…]

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