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A collaborative pilot project will soon begin which will involve testing a twin-hulled floating platform for turbines off the coast of Spain from 2021.
The potential 3GW capacity by 2030 contributes 4 per cent to the H2 2019 European offshore wind forecast of 72.8GW in 2019-2030.
The OWGP has announced that seven companies have been successful in their bid for funding through its first funding competition.
To achieve net-zero carbon emissions in the UK by the year 2050, it will be necessary to look at how high levels of renewable sources can be integrated into the wider energy system.
A mass recruitment drive is required of skilled workers needed in the energy sector if the UK is to meet the 2050 zero net emissions targets.
The government has now updated its COVID-19 infection prevention and control guidance, which could prove particularly useful for any organisations looking to review their risk assessments.
The amount of energy generated by renewable sources has outperformed fossil fuels for the first time, the latest figures from the UK government show.
A new report has found that many vital public buildings around the country still have high levels of asbestos on their premises.
Wind energy set new records in December, exceeding a quarter of the month’s power generation in the UK.
A new report makes for uncomfortable reading if you were hoping that countries around the planet may collectively be on track to make our societies more sustainable.