In Northern Europe, Earth Wind & Power (EWP), announces the commercial integration of surplus offshore wind power.
A new business value
In Northern Europe, EWP will use excess offshore wind power to supply electricity to data centers. The company’s goal is to power the electricity demand of digitalization by tapping up to 400MW of electricity. Furthermore, this ambition is part of the transition to net zero targets.
EWP seeks to meet the needs of energy companies to utilize excess energy. Thus, the company seeks to give a new commercial value to this electricity. In addition, the company aims to support ongoing investments in renewable energy generation.
An economic proposal
Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, CEO and co-founder of Earth Wind & Power, says:
“This is a proud moment for Earth Wind & Power, given our vision to reduce environmental impact by increasing the use of existing resources and our track record of securing significant renewable energy capacity around the world. It’s a great validation of what EWP is doing and demonstrates that collaboration between innovative companies can provide solutions to the challenges the world faces.”
Energy companies are the main beneficiaries of this solution proposed by the former Norwegian Minister for National Public Security. In addition, he was also deputy minister of oil and energy.
EWP’s solution offers a powerful and unique way to utilize excess energy as the demand for electricity continues to grow worldwide. EWP’s solution of taking excess energy from the pre-grid enables the creation of new business value.