ScottishPower Renewables has received planning approval for East Anglia THREE offshore windfarm and the installation of up to 172 larger ‘next generation’ turbines, with a tip height of 247 metres.
A new study into the UK’s offshore wind resource has revealed that variability in wind speeds is significantly lower than previously understood.
Construction of the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, off the Sussex coast, is now well under way
Permission granted for eight three-bladed horizontal axis wind turbine generators
The Crown Estate has received a request from Vattenfall to explore the award of rights for an extension to Thanet Offshore Wind Farm, off the Kent coast.
DONG Energy is holding extra consultation events in Norfolk in March, in response to community interest in the proposed Hornsea Project Three offshore wind farm.
UK gas and electricity supplier DONG Energy has launched its East Coast Community Fund, a sum of money worth approximately £465,000 each year for a 20-year period. The fund is…
The world’s largest offshore wind farm, the Hornsea Project Two offshore windfarm located 89 kilometres off the Yorkshire coast, has today received development consent.
Plans for the world’s biggest offshore wind farm have been hampered by fears that the noise of construction will disturb harbour porpoises.
DONG Energy is adding 32 more turbines to the existing 25 at Burbo Bank in Liverpool Bay, in an extension project reported to be worth £450million.
One of the three crew suffered a head injury when the catamaran fishing vessel collided with an offshore wind farm turbine.
Hornsea Project One wind farm will span an area of approximately 407 square kilometres off the Yorkshire coast with up to 240 wind turbines, each one 190 metres tall
DONG Energy is to make donations totalling £120,000 towards RNLI lifeboat stations at Wells, Clacton-on-Sea, Humber, Barrow, New Brighton and Ramsgate
The Scottish Government has granted consent to the UK’s first and world’s largest floating offshore wind development.
Navitus Bay developers decide not to challenge the decision to refuse consent for the South Coast offshore wind farm
The Department for Energy and Climate Change has announced its decision to refuse development consent for the proposed Navitus Bay wind farm on the South Coast of England.
The Rampion project is set to become the first offshore wind farm off the south coast of England.
Plans have been submitted for a smaller South Coast wind farm scheme with fewer turbines