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Tuesday 30 August 2016 | Article of the day and last 5 Articles

      
      
MRN - Premium Daily News - 19th August 2016 We are again grateful to the Daily Telegraph for much of what follows. It is really quite startling. Not only is the anti-Hinkley bandwagon belatedly rolling with coherent ...
Researchers from Fraunhofer IWES are putting hollow spheres in Lake Constance to see whether the technology could be used to store offshore wind energy.
  MRN Premium News - 17th August 2016 We are not engineers, and hate making technical value judgements. What follows sounds interesting,and comes from an impeccable technical background. What we do know is that ...
The MRN News Service - 16th August 2016 That the USA lags a long way behind Europe in the development of offshore wind farms is news to no-one in the industry in Europe, and it always seemed inevitable that sooner or ...
Blame the U.K.’s June 23 vote to leave the European Union—the Brexit referendum—as well as construction challenges, for hesitation in the development of lightweight floating foundations for wind turbines sited in deep ...
MRN - Premium Daily News - 19th August 2016 We are again grateful to the Daily Telegraph for much of what follows. It is really quite startling. Not only is the anti-Hinkley bandwagon belatedly rolling with coherent suggegstions of what to do instead - a necessary new dimension - but here we are also getting the clearest evidence yet that the next revolution is indeed going to be "distributed generation".... if the UK National Grid not only thinks so, but provides overwhelming data in support, and radically reduces capital expenditre in consequence, then the rest of us need to pay close attention....
Researchers from Fraunhofer IWES are putting hollow spheres in Lake Constance to see whether the technology could be used to store offshore wind energy.
  MRN Premium News - 17th August 2016 We are not engineers, and hate making technical value judgements. What follows sounds interesting,and comes from an impeccable technical background. What we do know is that better blades would mean better performance, and even lower costs, so here goes...
The MRN News Service - 16th August 2016 That the USA lags a long way behind Europe in the development of offshore wind farms is news to no-one in the industry in Europe, and it always seemed inevitable that sooner or later things would start to move. We now monitor the global press daily. Apart from enhancing both the quality and the quantity of the information at our disposal, we also get a clearer picture of the weight of comment about the marine renewable energy market in each country that we follow. This is saying that while nothing major has happened on the surface, peer below and there is a lot of peddling. News on the US cabling front in to-day is just one example...
Blame the U.K.’s June 23 vote to leave the European Union—the Brexit referendum—as well as construction challenges, for hesitation in the development of lightweight floating foundations for wind turbines sited in deep waters off Scotland and England.
Germany: Smart Blades - New ideas for making rotor blades more stable and lighter

  MRN Premium News - 17th August 2016 We are not engineers, and hate making technical value judgements. What follows sounds interesting,and comes from an impeccable technical background. What we do know is that better blades would mean better performance, and even lower costs, so here ...

Tidal Energy - a view from Canada

Daily News N° 16054 - mre.solutions - 6th June 2016 Sometimes stories are interesting not because what they tell is in itself new, but because the standpoint from which they are written is different. That tidal energy in Europe is now making rapid strides boith in France and the United Kingdom ...

Gibraltar's landmark wave power station opens for business

Daily News N°16052 - mre.solutions - 27th May 2016 MRN has alwaus believed that sooner or later someone would find an economic, viable solution to the problem of capturing wave energy. We are also known supporters of the belief that many of the opportunities will lie outside the rich developed ...

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