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  • The UKs leading renewable energy trade association, specialising in wind, wave and tidal stream energy industries. RenewableUK develops these sectors, by protecting member interests and promoting their industries to Government, business and media. Members include independent companies to large inte...

  • The Cabinet Office has intervened in the commissioning of offshore wind farms in an attempt to speed up the process.The move has been requested by Shell and is backed by the British Wind Energy Association and the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The industry is keen to avoid ...

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  • SEGEC take a strategic approach to identifying European opportunities in order to help Scottish organisations access funding, develop projects and overcome the barriers to wider adoption of low-carbon energy. We provide a focal point and catalyst for Scotlands low-carbon activity, identifying exper...

  • The Energy CDT Network connects the 13 Energy Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) that specialise in postgraduate research and training in energy across 16 UK Universities. There is a large and varied research portfolio within the Network; covering all areas of energy technology from wind power to n...

  • BP is our main global brand. It is the name that appears on production platforms, refineries, ships and corporate offices as well as on solar products, wind farms, research facilities and at retail service stations.

  • Details are given of a series of field experiments undertaken on a 1:50 scale model of a large offshore gravity platform which was placed off the beach at Reggio-Calabria, where the wind waves typically have significant height ranging from 0.20 to 0.40 m and peak period from 1.8 to 2.6 sec. Two sets...

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  • Energia is the largest independent energy supplier in Ireland. We have over 65000 business customers throughout the island. Our long term commitment to the market is reflected in the development of power stations and wind farms in Ireland which currently have the capacity to supply 17% of the island...

  • Wind energy may be the fastest-growing electricity generation technology in the UK right now, but it would have grown even faster if so many developments has not been turned-down for planning permission. Simon Tribe looks at planning issues for onshore wind.

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  • With multi-megawatt offshore wind farms at one end and those little battery-charging turbines you often see attached to the back end of pleasure boats at the other, the wind power spectrum also has room for turbines generating just a few kilowatts for an individual farm or rural estate. British manu...

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