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The Young Energy Specialists and Development Co-operation

Event | 16 Feb | Offshore Wind Developments

A quote from the news in 2016: This sets a new record for cheapest offshore wind farm. It makes you wonder: “How low can the costs for offshore wind go?” Naturally, an answer to this question depends on: “How is offshore wind stimulated in different countries? And: “What are the effects of the rapid developments in offshore wind on the rest of the energy system and the energy market?” These questions, among others, will be topic for next YES-DC event. At the end, th
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YES-DC is looking for a new board for 2017, expand your energy network! Apply before 09/01/2017

Dear Yes-DC member, YES-DC is looking for a fresh board, and you could be in it! As you know YES-DC is a 300 member association run by a dozen volunteers, we organize 10 events per year and have a budget ~10K/yr. Getting involved in YES-DC is not just great for you organizational skills, and network you also get to work with a great team. There’s plenty of room for your own creativity, to hone your skills and there is >20 years of history to build on. In February 2017 the current board
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Event | 8 Dec | YES-DC Pub Quiz

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. The event will be perfectly suited to meet fellow energy enthousiasts and to catch up with your (very old) friends. We are looking forward
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Conference 5 Nov | Stranded Assets

Update 29 November: Please find the slides of the conference here.   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 results from the energy transition is the unanticipated and accelerated devaluation of existing assets, also known as ‘Stranded Assets’. Our economy is very dependent o
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