Engineering firm Eolink along with fifteen European renewable energy partners gathered in Brussels on the 18th January to kick-start the launch of the Black sea Floating Offshore Wind (BLOW) project.
The economic potential of EMEC’s proposed 100 MW floating offshore wind test and demonstration site has been estimated at £690 million to UK economy.
Wind, sewage sludge, and waste water carry tyre wear particles from roads onto farmland. A new lab study shows: The pollutants contained in the particles could get into the vegetables grown there.
Understanding the true impact and benefits that come with integrating renewable energy sources onto the grid could not only help governments and industry leaders achieve climate goals but could increase the use of wind power, improve air quality, and, therefore, deliver a range of public health benefits.
Nearly 10 percent of today's electricity in the United States comes from wind power. The renewable energy source benefits climate, air quality, and public health by displacing emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants that would otherwise be produced by fossil-fuel-based power plants.
Pryme Group, an innovative engineering collective that designs, creates and delivers solutions to diverse global industrial markets, has launched two specialist tooling systems for offshore wind installations, via Caley Ocean Systems.
Stora Enso and Voodin Blade Technology GmbH have signed a partnership agreement to develop sustainable wind turbine blades from wood.
A University of Queensland study has shed new light on a mysterious, unpredictable and potentially devastating kind of astrophysical event.
The Biden-Harris Administration has announced its decision to use $30 million from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to finance research and development initiatives that would reduce expenses for wind energy projects on land and offshore, benefiting communities across the country.
Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm (PFOWF), a 100MW development key to advancing the global deployment of large-scale floating offshore wind, has selected Stiesdal Offshore’s TetraSub as the floating structure technology for the project.