The first Danish study into how one of the worlds largest wind farms affects marine life is now completed. It shows that the wind turbines and the fish live quite happily together. Indeed some species of fish have actually increased in number.
For the past 30 years we have had the same strategy for building wind farms, making windmills as large as possible and spacing them far apart to avoid them interfering with one another aerodynamically. So it might come as a … Continue reading
Is what a group of engineering policy researchers and atmospheric scientists from Carnegie Mellon and MIT asked themselves. Considering increasing hurricane damage around the Gulf of Mexico – and technological options – they get to a ‘maybe’.
On Saturday MAKE Consultancy, a wind energy specialized Danish consultancy firm, published a business analysis on the offshore wind market.