Tag Archive for 'marine turbines'

Offshore floating wind turbines cost competitive with standard turbines in water depths over 50 metres

July 25th, 2013 by The European Wind Energy Association

A report from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) shows that deep water wind turbines are key to unlocking the massive energy potential in Europe’s Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas, and the deepest parts of the North Sea. The ‘Deep water – The next step for offshore wind energy‘ report reveals that floating turbines in North […]

Green Energy: What’s in it for Guernsey? – A personal viewpoint by Dr Andrew Casebow, States Agriculture and Environment Adviser

June 16th, 2010 by Andrew Casebow

Guernsey has long had a name as a ‘green island’, largely due to its countryside, its farming and wildlife, but it is now gaining a name as a ‘green’ island in another sense, because it is developing renewable energy. But, with all the current interest in ‘green’ energy we need to ask some critical questions: […]

Sticky: Guernsey Chamber of Commerce lunch speakers on 21 June 2010 are Richard Babbé and Jeremy Thompson of the Guernsey Renewable Energy Commission (GREC)

June 15th, 2010 by Richard Lord

The Guernsey Chamber of Commerce lunch time speakers on 21 June 2010 are Richard Babbé and Jeremy Thompson of the Guernsey Renewable Energy Commission (GREC). The title of their presentation is “Tidal Power in Guernsey – How Realistic is the Possibility?” The lunch and presentation begin at 12.15 pm in the Regency Room of the […]