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offshore wind


The wind industry’s success has become its biggest threat

The head of one of the world’s biggest developers of renewable energy, Denmark’s Orsted, worries that the energy transition could see a slowdown as rising competition and interest rates squeeze returns and upend the case for investment.


Winds of change for the North Sea

Change has swept through our industry in 2022. At the start of the year, we re-branded to reflect our evolution to embrace organisations that not only have an interest in oil and gas but also carbon capture and storage, hydrogen and offshore wind.


INTOG gives Scotland a chance to lead by example

In August 2021 Marine Scotland released “The Offshore Wind Energy for Innovation Projects and Targeted Oil and Gas Decarbonisation (INTOG) Planning Specification and Context” report for public consultation. Within a year , Marine Scotland had identified areas it considered suitable for such developments and on August 10, 2022 the INTOG leasing round opened for applications, closing on November 18.


Big developments ahead for the UK offshore wind sector

As 2022 draws to a close, the offshore wind sector in the UK stands at a hugely important inflection point, as we both acknowledge the remarkable story of success we’ve seen, but also consider the innovative solutions needed if we are to meet the challenges ahead.


Key trends in UK renewables and what to expect in 2023

All aspects of renewable electricity generation in the UK are currently affected by policy uncertainty. The UK government’s stated policy goals are to decarbonise electricity generation through increased deployment of offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage, hydrogen and nuclear.