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Top 10 Wind Companies in Oceania

1 Jul 2024

Top 10 Wind Companies in Oceania

PF Nexus recognises the top 10 Wind Companies in Oceania

In this article, PF Nexus recognises the contributions made to the energy transition by the top 10 wind companies in Oceania.

Oceania's renewable energy landscape is rapidly evolving, driven by ambitious goals to reduce fossil fuel dependence. Leading this transformation are Australia and New Zealand, with Australia aiming to achieve 2.2 GW of installed renewable capacity by 2025, focusing on wind and solar photovoltaic technologies. New Zealand also boasts a high percentage of electricity from renewables.

Other Pacific islands are making strides in renewable energy. Fiji, for example, increased renewable electricity generation from 59% in 2013 to 65% in 2016, targeting 81% by 2020 through hydropower, biomass, solar, and wind. Across the region, nations are enhancing their renewable electricity output.

The most widely adopted renewable energy technologies in Oceania include solar photovoltaic systems, wind power, and hydroelectricity. Australia is particularly active in large-scale wind and solar projects, driving regional renewable energy transformation.

Wind energy is pivotal in the global energy transition, rapidly growing as a source of renewable electricity. Onshore and offshore wind harness wind power through arrays of wind turbine generators (WTGs), producing sustainable energy at increasing scales.

Offshore wind farms offer higher generation potential due to larger turbines and array scales. Maximizing wind power's role requires a balanced approach, leveraging both onshore and offshore strengths. Onshore wind remains cost-effective and necessary, while offshore wind holds vast potential for significant renewable electricity generation. Deploying both strategically unlocks wind's full clean energy potential.

Renewable energy has swiftly grown into one of the world’s largest industries, surpassing Oil & Gas. The green energy revolution has spawned numerous major companies, with hundreds playing crucial roles in the global energy transition. Leading firms include project developers, renewable energy investors, and financial, technical, or legal advisory entities.

Top 10 Wind Companies in Oceania

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Identifying and sourcing Investors for your Project

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