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Since the first installation of an offshore wind farm in Denmark in 1991, Europe has become the world leader in offshore wind energy
A recent article explored some of the best practice guidelines for working in confined spaces, noting that awareness, planning and safety are some important factors to consider.
Teeside-based Nova Pangaea Technologies, which has found an innovative way to use non-food biomass for the creation of biofuels and other chemicals
Throughout the first half of 2020, the United Kingdom has continued to lead the way in offshore wind power.
The British Red Cross recently celebrated marking 150 years to the day a resolution was passed to form an organisation “for aiding sick and wounded soldiers in time of war.”
Health and safety regulations and laws are standardised across the EU but come December 2020 the UK will no longer be part of this European bloc.
According to BloombergNEF (BNEF), the worldwide investment in renewable energy in 2019 hit a record $282.2 billion, with $29.9 billion in offshore wind, an increase of 19 per cent on 2018.
The offshore wind industry in Germany are their government to issue tenders for additional offshore wind areas to help produce green hydrogen as quickly as possible.
The Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm has been granted planning permission by the UK’s Planning Inspectorate, which means that development on the project can begin in earnest.
Annual figures for the number of work-related deaths in 2019/2020 have been published, revealing that 111 people were fatally injured at work between April 2019 and March 2020.
Suppliers of thermal cameras have been told that they should not make any claims that relate directly to the diagnosis of covid-19.
Renewable electricity generation was 40.8 Terawatts per hour (TWh) over the three months, representing a rise of 30 per cent from the year before.
Saturday 11th July will see the Rescue Day social media accounts come alive with videos and pictures of the best bits of the last few years. Why not join us
The government has been slowly allowing businesses to get back to work after a huge number of sectors were brought to a standstill in late March due to the country going into lockdown.
New research has revealed around 70 per cent of companies consider business continuity in the face of a 2nd wave of outbreaks.to be their key focus.
We are delighted to announce that training will re-commence as from 1st July
East Yorkshire residents are encouraged to share stories of community spirit
Three huge projects have seen delays in the past few months: Vattenfall’s Norfolk Vanguard and Norfolk Boreas projects, each 1,800 megawatts, and Ørsted’s 2,400-megawatt Hornsea 3.