Tag: offshore wind

Constructing an offshore wind farm
America, Energy, Industrial journalism, North America, Power, Renewables, Wind Power

American Offshore Wind Prospects

It has been estimated by the EIA, that the US has some 2,000 GW of offshore generating capacity to exploit.  This is roughly double current demands for power in the US. Much of this clean energy resource is located near many major population centres such as New York, Los Angeles, […]

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Recent work in August

Some details of the research work, reporting and journalism conducted on behalf of various corporate clients and publications during August 2018.

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Design, Shipping, Technology

Why Adaptation Is the New Reality for Offshore Wind Energy Logistics

Everything about the wind energy business is getting bigger. For example, current turbines averaging 4.1 MW with a hub height of 90 meters will soon be replaced by 11-MW giants with hubs 125 meters off sea level and blades spanning 190 meters. Their blade tips will cut the air at well over […]