Wind farm blades eroding after few years at sea – ITV News Online

An investigation by ITV News Meridian has revealed that turbine blades at the world’s largest offshore wind farm off Kent have developed a fault. Actress and activist Emma Thompson has even fronted a controversial Greenpeace campaign, claiming wind power costs have halved. However, this video has since been removed from their website and social media
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Floating offshore wind developer targets east coast of Scotland – Courier

By Graham Huband The owner of the world’s first floating wind farm off Peterhead is eyeing further opportunities in the North Sea. Stephen Bull, Statoil’s senior vice president of wind and low carbon solutions, said the east coast of Scotland was a “natural area where we’d like to grow our business if we can” as
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ANALYSIS: Where the Big Six energy suppliers make most money – Scottish Energy News

By JOSHUA WARNER On average, generating electricity has proven to be the most lucrative activity, but profits have dwindled in recent years to see a more balanced profit ratio between residential supply and power generation. The Big Six suppliers make their profit from three core areas: Supplying energy to residents Supplying energy to business and
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