Future of Celtic Sea wind energy moves closer
Floating Offshore Wind (FLOW) in the Celtic Sea, which sits off the coasts of South West England and South Wales is set create up to 4.5GW of energy capacity by 2035, together with social, economic and environmental opportunities for the regions.
Conference hears how floating offshore wind could be a game-changer for the South West
University of Plymouth news: Professor Deborah Greaves told a conference in Plymouth that the region is in an almost unique position of having natural resources to drive the clean energy revolution and the expertise to best harness them.
Study highlights significant design advances across floating offshore wind sector
University of Plymouth news: A study by the University's Centre for Decarbonisation and Offshore Renewable Energy indicates the UK is well placed to take advantage of the expected boom in floating offshore wind technology
Project aims to ensure offshore renewable innovations remain cyber-secure
University of Plymouth news: The Cyber-Resilience of Offshore Wind Networks (CROWN) project, supported by funding from the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership, will create a purpose-built lab space at the University.
Academic interviewed on BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientific
University of Plymouth news: Professor Deborah Greaves OBE was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientific about her inspirations and ambitions, as well as her pioneering offshore renewable energy research
Invest in the South West
University of Plymouth news: Challenges around university funding and the growing need for business and higher education to work together were at the heart of a speech to leaders of both sectors by the University of Plymouth’s Vice-Chancellor.
Multi-billion-dollar opportunities for Plymouth and the South West
In a keynote speech to the South West’s business leaders, the University of Plymouth’s Vice-Chancellor has outlined the enormous potential for the region in harnessing the power of the oceans – including billions of dollars in global investment.
Plymouth student’s research wins prestigious award
A University of Plymouth student has won a regional engineering competition for a research project which could have important implications for the future development of floating offshore wind energy.