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Renewables 150
Features

UK renewable offshore technologies – after the latest CfD allocations Christian Hellmund takes a look at the future

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IT 149 a
Profiles

Our storage terminal business is well positioned to play its part in meeting the growing demand for eco-friendly renewable energy, says Martyn Lyons, Chief Executive of Inter Terminals

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MF 148 a
Profiles

Occupying seven bays of the main fabrication shop at Haverton Hill Shipyard, a covered area of approximately 45,000 square feet, Marine Fabricators specialises in medium and heavy fabrication for structures and equipment used in the renewables energy, marine, and offshore oil and gas industries

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Enviromena
Features

Sami Khoreibi discusses how battery technology has the potential to create entire nations that are self-sufficient when it comes to energy generation

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EON Issue 130 a
Profiles

Over the last decade the need to decrease our reliance on fossil fuels and instead turn to more renewable solutions has been an evergrowing concern

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Your Group Issue 130 a
Profiles

Encompassing everything that a client might require in undertaking renewable energy projects, Your Group runs five different organisations under a single base at its innovation centre located at the Bristol & Bath Science Park

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Copyright Paul-Langrock.de. Servicetechniker beobachten Verladung Siemens Wind Power Windenergieanlage SWT 6.0 120 auf Spezialschiff A2Sea Sea Installer fuer Offshore Windpark Gunfleet Sands GF III, hinten Errichterschiff MPI Discovery. Schiff, Errichtung, Schifffahrt, Transport, Windkraftanlage, Gigant, gigantisch, Superlativ, Fluegel, Windfluegel, Rotor, Kranz, Kran, Schwerlastkran, Windenergie, Offshorewindenergie, Offshorewind, Offshorewindkraft, Offshorewindkraftanlage, Windkraft, Energie, Energiewende, erneuerbare, alternative, gruene, regenerative, Windstrom, Windfarm, Logistik, Techniker, Service, Arbeit, Arbeitsplatz. Hafen von Esbjerg, Juetland, Daenemark. 7. Januar 2013
Features

Brent Cheshire discusses the UK’s wind energy market and highlights the significance of DONG Energy’s Burbo Bank extension project, which will add an extra 258MW of capacity to the existing Burbo Bank wind farm

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Sal Heavylift 129 a
Profiles

Heavyweight service With roots dating back as far as 1865, SAL Heavy Lift specialises in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, while its offshore subsidiary focuses on developing and delivering installation solutions for the oil and gas and renewables sectors. SAL Heavy Lift operates as a member of

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DeepOcean Issue 129a
Profiles

Powerful connections Since its incorporation during May 2011, DeepOcean Group has established a proven reputation as an integrated provider of safe, high quality and innovative services and technologies for the subsea industry. The group was formed through the merger of the inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) and decommissioning services of

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Vuyck Issue 128a
Profiles

Design to function Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam B.V. has a rich heritage dating back to the construction of the Adrianus Vuyk yard along the Hollandsche IJssel River during 1872. Throughout its 143- year history, Vuyk experienced significant change. Starting out as a 30-man boat-building workshop focusing on the building of small

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