STUDIES indicate that it is viable to install 10 wind turbines off Guernsey’s north coast to produce 30% of the island’s electricity needs.
Wind Power news
ISLANDERS had an opportunity yesterday to find out more about the potential for macro marine renewable energy in Guernsey.
PEOPLE living at Grandes Rocques and Cobo could one day look out of their windows at 10 wind turbines between one and two nautical miles out to sea after a feasibility report highlighted it as the only suitable location for an energy farm.
A SOURCE of renewable energy in an offshore wind farm is more important than any negative visual impact, users of Chouet said at the weekend.
An application by Commerce and Employment to test to see whether the prevailing winds in Guernsey are sufficient to drive turbines for generating electricity is an interesting one – particularly if the results prove positive.
OFFSHORE wind power could be on its way to Guernsey after permission was granted to erect a monitoring station at Chouet headland.
A TIDAL energy project backed by Guernsey Electricity is receiving national media attention.
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