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  • Led by the UK, Denmark and Germany, offshore wind energy is one of the world’s most exciting new growth industries. We include three articles in this issue, starting with a report from a wind turbine blade manufacturing facility in the Isle of Wight.Subsequent articles cover early moves towards esta...

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  • Welcome to the new-look Energy World, including this month major features on offshore wind and marine energy both in the UK and internationally.As the UK leads the world on the development of offshore wind power, it’s only fitting that the Carbon Trust should be advising China on its offshore wind e...

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  • Renewable energy use is growing, but fossil fuels are still a key part of the energy system – we include features on both this issue. First we look at the continuing use of coal for power generation across large parts of Europe – which countries are still heavily reliant on coal, why, and whether th...

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  • This issue focuses on offshore renewables, with articles on the prospects for the UK’s offshore wind industry; cabling for wind turbines; early moves into offshore wind in the US; and plans within the UK marine energy sector to scale up from individual devices to large-scale arrays. The second ...

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  • The first turbine at what will eventually be the world’s biggest offshore wind farm has been installed and is now producing electricity. When fully operational, the 1,200 MW Hornsea One offshore wind farm will be nearly double the size of the current world’s largest, Walney Extension, says developer...

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  • Offshore wind is the energy success story of our age, with the UK leading the way, several European countries also making waves and the first offshore turbines being installed in US waters about now. So we include in this issue three articles that cover how the industry is successfully cutting its c...

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  • Offshore wind is a relatively new technology, but Europe now has over 10 GW of generating capacity at 82 offshore farms. In the first of our articles this month on offshore renewables, we take a look at good operation and maintenance practices for wind farms at sea. Further articles examine the shap...

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  • This issue contains articles on offshore wind energy technology, where the focus today is on cutting construction and deployment costs; and on marine (wave and tidal) energy technology, which is less well advanced in terms of development and deployment than wind but may eventually prove to be as imp...

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  • Viewpoint2 Fewer flights rather than more wind farms - George MonbiotNews3 International NewsRegulatory uncertainty 'threatens investment in power'UN finds huge solar and wind potential in developing countriesNew, better peat - fired station for lrelandMixed progress towards energy liberalisation in...

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  • Shell will take a majority stake, two thirds, in the development that hopes to prove that the cost of floating wind projects could fall significantly using innovating approaches. Others involved are Innogy and Stiesdal Offshore Technologies. The project company plans to test the new wind power techn...

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