Watch the video Getting into the detail of the current processes around existing regulation and assessment – very useful. An interesting range of questions and perspectives on the practicalities and issues that surround further development of offshore wind.
James Murray Editor Business Green Blog ‘Last week delivered yet another impressive milestone for the world-leading UK offshore wind industry, but for the rest of the green economy it is a reminder of what might have been. Last Thursday was a pretty stellar day for the British wind industry. There was £95m for two massive port […]
Blue Marine Foundation The UK has the largest installed capacity of offshore wind in the world. With a government commitment to further expand, opportunities for co-location with conservation and restoration initiatives are being increasingly explored. Globally, over 85% of oyster beds have been lost, making them among the most imperilled marine habitats in the world. […]
The Dutch have not allowed trawling within the footprint of their offshore wind farms. The Rich North Sea: Looking for a Sustainable Blueprint Ocean News February 3, ‘A new covenant called ‘The Rich North Sea’ (De Rijke Noordzee) brings together several companies working to connect two of the major challenges of our time: ensuring sustainable energy […]