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By Kari Williamson
UK Energy Secretary Edward Davey says: “The UK and US are both making funding available for this technology and we're determined to work together to capitalise on this shared interested.”
The use of floating wind turbines could open up more areas to offshore wind as they can operate in deeper water than turbines dependent on fixed foundations.
The Clean Energy Ministerial is bringing together 23 energy ministers from leading economies to accelerate clean energy deployment. It is co-chaired by UK Energy Secretary Edward Davey and US Energy Secretary Steven Chu.
The following stories were the most popular with visitors to the Reinforced Plastics website during the month of June.
Offshore wind turbines could be sited in deeper water off the UK coast using floating foundations, according to the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
The UK has seen announcements worth £4.7 billion into renewables, supporting 15,000, in the period April 2011 to February 2012, and more is underway.
Swedish aerospace developer and manufacturer Blackwing has developed a composite sport aircraft built using Diab’s Divinycell matrix materials.
Gamesa has called on the company's shareholders to approve its merger with Siemens's wind power assets.
A new report by Research and Markets covers the current oil and gas composites market.
Fiberline Composites, based in Denmark, has set up a joint venture (JV) with leading Japanese carbon fiber manufacturer Mitsubishi Rayon.
Composites UK has revealed its shortlist for the 2016 Composites Industry Awards.