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News: Small Wind Turbines Workshop in UK at Seawork 2010

May 6, 2010 by Steve Richards
Small Wind Turbines Workshop in UK at Seawork 2010

Small wind turbines are increasingly attractive and financially viable thanks to the new UK system of Feed-In Tariffs for the renewable generation.

The workshop will concentrate on relevant policies and planning regulations, set out the economic case for ’small wind’ and examine some of the technologies on offer. Small scale wind power will be of major interest to marine businesses located in windy coastal locations, such as marinas, ports and shipyards.

Workshop Topics will feature:

- wind of the Coast (WICO) project overview
- roll of small scale installations and emerging technologies
- policies, market drivers and technologies
- financial incentives – ‘Feed In Tariffs’ and related issues
- site evaluations and grid integration
- opportunities for marine companies
- questions and discussions

The Workshop will take place as a part of the Seawork 2010 Exhibition on:

Thursday 17th June 2010
from 14.00 – 16.30
Place: Canary Islands Fruit Terminal, Berth 103-104, Herbert Walker Avenue, Western Dock, ABP Port of Southampton SO15 1HJ

You will need to register for the Seawork 2010 to gain access, visiting this page: http://www.seawork.com/Register_Now!

And to register for the workshop, click here: http://www.marinesoutheast.co.uk/make_booking/?id=2356

Other contacts include:

admin@marinesoutheast.co.uk
Tel. 02380 111590
Marine South East Ltd
Unit 2 Venture Road
Southampton Science Park
Southampton
SO16 7NP
Tel +44 (0) 2380 111590
email admin@marinesoutheast.co.uk

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