renewable energy

Sort by:

Filter by:



Emissions(8)Energy Efficiency(1)Finance(3)Fishery(1)Fuels(29)Green Shipping(66)Offshore(49)Opinions(4)Ports(3)Regulation(1)Shipbuilding(1)Shipping(1)Smart(2)Sustainability(34)Technology(21)Videos(12)

Scottish partnership explores ‘groutless’ anchoring for fish farming

Tidal energy specialist Sustainable Marine Energy Ltd, the Scottish University of Dundee, the marine equipment supplier Gael Force Group; and the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) are exploring the development of a ‘groutless’ anchoring technology for the aquaculture industry.

Polish energy company shifts to offshore wind

The Polish state-based utility Tauron company aims to optimise investments and mitigate its operations in the mining and heating sector, to better focus on renewable energy, including offshore wind. The company announced its goal on increasing the share of low- and zero-emission sources in the production mix to over 65%.

Investment in renewables to overtake oil and gas in Asia Pacific

Renewable energy investment in Asia excluding China will overtake spending on upstream oil and gas projects in the region as soon as next year, with contributions from Australia and other Asian countries such as Vietnam, Taiwan and South Korea, according to Rystad Energy.

The Netherlands to release its largest floating solar farm

The Central Government Real Estate Agency (RVB), Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority plan to construct a new floating solar farm in Rotterdam’s western port area. Therefore, they seek for the ideal participant to operate the new facility, which is reported to be the largest of its kind to be ever constructed in the Netherlands. The partners announced that they will organise a market consultation on May 8.

DNV GL awards Arkona offshore wind farm

DNV GL announced that it awarded the Arkona Offshore Wind Farm with the project certificate. The certification procedure was based on the  German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency standard BSH7005 and covers all stages of the project development from design planning over construction to commissioning.

UK’s first offshore wind farm decommissioned

UK-based energy firm E. ON announced the decommissioning of its Blyth wind farm, the first offshore wind farm in UK and the world’s first offshore wind farm to use float and submerge technology. Blyth was commissioned in December 2000 as a pilot project.

Italian partners to develop wave power stations on industrial scale

Italian energy company Eni signed a non-binding agreement with three compatriots, the shipbuilder Fincantieri, the bank Cassa depositi e prestiti, and energy firm Terna, at the Eni headquarters in Rome, to develop and build wave power stations on an industrial scale. 

Europe invests €27 billion in new wind farms in 2018

Europe invested €27 billion in new wind farms in 2018, which will finance a record amount of future new wind energy capacity, according to WindEurope’s annual report. The amount invested is similar to previous years, but, thanks to cost reduction, especially in offshore wind, it will finance a record 16.7 GW of new wind capacity.

Germany opens Baltic Sea’s biggest wind farm

Germany will open the Arkona wind park, a giant wind farm out in the Baltic Sea. This is a joint venture of utility EON SE and Norway’s oil and gas giant Equinor. The wind farm was built in only three months and is located off the coast of Ruegen island. It is also able to generate enough power for 400,000 homes and is the largest wind farm in the Baltic. 

Top 10 countries most ready for energy transition

Sweden ranks at the top of the ten countries reported to be the most ready for energy transition, according to World Economic Forum’s Energy Transition Index (ETI), comparing the energy sectors of 115 countries and analyzing their readiness for energy transition.

Poll

Should BWM training be a mandatory requirement?

maritime events