Oceanology: The offshore engineering adventure


By Justin Mullins THE race towards a low-carbon economy is about to speed up – a lot. By 2020, if all goes to plan, more than a quarter of the UK’s electricity supply will come from offshore generators exploiting wind, wave and tidal power. Vast investment in new ideas and technologies will be needed if these machines are to perform in sites that are farther offshore, in deeper water or in more ferocious currents than ever before. This will not be the first time that UK waters have been used as an engineering laboratory. Last century,
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