GUERNSEY and Alderney are keen to work with their Channel Island neighbours to harness the potential of marine renewable energy, representatives have said.
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COMMERCE and Employment could have a solar power plant up and running in three months if it were not for planning laws, its minister has said.
IT IS hoped that a combination of Guernsey’s wave and tidal power and financial services expertise can combine to develop cleantech business.
THE island should keep its options open to all forms of macro marine renewable energy technology, a presentation heard last night.
COMMERCE and Employment has already received approaches from companies interested in developing tidal power in Guernsey waters, it has said.
ISLANDERS had an opportunity yesterday to find out more about the potential for macro marine renewable energy in Guernsey.
GUERNSEY will share information with other Channel Islands to help develop aspects of marine energy.
AMBITIOUS plans to export renewable energy from Guernsey to the UK are being taken forward at the highest levels.
THE key issue for investing in renewable energy technology is when to do it, an expert has said.
A STUDY group from the School of Civil Engineering and the Environment at Southampton University are examining ways of providing cheaper electricity from a renewable source for Sark residents.
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