Developing methodologies for large scale wave and tidal stream marine renewable energy extraction and its environmental impact : an overview of the TeraWatt project
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Licensing arrangements for marine renewable energy (MRE) developments must consider potential environmental effects. These include the single, combined and cumulative effects of multi-site MRE developments over a wider region. We introduce here a “toolbox” of datasets and methods to quantify the effects of wave and tidal stream MRE developments. These were applied to the area of greatest MRE development potential in Scottish waters (Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters).
Side , J , Gallego , A , James , M A , Davies , I , Heath , M , Karunarathna , H , Venugopal , V , Vögler , A & Burrows , M 2017 , ' Developing methodologies for large scale wave and tidal stream marine renewable energy extraction and its environmental impact : an overview of the TeraWatt project ' Ocean and Coastal Management , vol. 147 , pp. 1-5 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.11.015
Ocean and Coastal Management
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DescriptionThis work forms part of the TeraWatt project funded by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council SUPERGEN Marine Challenge (Grant Ref: EP/J010170/1).
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