A lot has changed in the energy industry since David Rodger first worked for Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) more than a decade ago.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group
The old adage, ‘a picture tells a thousand words’ very much rings true when illustrating how the planet and our climate is changing.
Over the last month, we’ve seen the start of several new partnerships which will look to accelerate Scotland energy’s future.
The rapid transition under way in energy means that now more than ever the sector must grasp the opportunities presented by technology.
The group spearheading efforts to make the Granite City as famous for renewables as it is for oil and gas has teamed up with the European Space Agency (ESA) to explore technology transfer opportunities.
Leading voices from the world of industry will get to grips with the energy transition’s biggest questions at a free online event in one week’s time.
In these difficult times, it is challenging to manage day-to-day business as well as thinking to the future. Clearly, we have seen rapid and significant changes to business operations and Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (Areg) members and others are under greater pressure than ever to deliver results.
It has been a busy and positive 12 months for Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG), with the diversity of our members continuing to grow.
With the Crown Estate’s recent announcement of offshore wind leasing round four, there is a fantastic opportunity for offshore wind developers to get involved in the first leasing round of its type in more than 10 years.
Given Aberdeen’s long-established position as Europe’s leading energy hub and its global reputation for energy project delivery, the energy transition is set to have a major impact on the local supply chain.
On the east coast of the US, there is a hive of offshore wind activity.
An "exciting period" for north-east renewables is responsible for a spike in Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) membership, according to the chairwoman of the organisation.
This month, RenewableUK, Scottish Renewables and Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) are joining forces to bring two events to the UK’s energy capital at the AECC in Aberdeen – Floating Offshore Wind 2018, and Cables 2018.
The developer of a wind farm off the north-east coast has drawn up a shortlist for a 3million euro (£2.6million) research programme into the environmental impact of offshore turbines.
Fugro has completed offshore works undertaken in preparation for full construction of the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) at Aberdeen Bay.