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FedEx Small Business Grant UK Contest - New Round Now Open

The FedEx Small Business Grant Contest has been set up to invest in small UK businesses in order to ...

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Events

UK Offshore Wind Industry Supply Chain Event, 22nd November 2018, Southampton

The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (ORE Catapult)will be hosting this event to showcase the oppo...

Free Grant Writing Breakfast Briefing workshop, 22nd November 2018, Surrey Research Park

SETsquared, the Enterprise Collaboration between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southamp...

Current Projects - WICO: Small wind systems for coastal areas

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Wind of the Coast (WICO) 5th Newsletter available to view...

The 5th and final Wind of the Coast (WICO) newsletter is now available to view on the WICO web pages.

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‘WICO’ Small Wind Project Delivers Guidelines...

As part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week Marine South East joined with its Spanish, (Diputacion Huelva) and Italian (Province of Ravenna) partners in the ‘WICO’ project to launch a set of Guidelines to promote the deployment of small wind systems along European Coastlines.

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WICO (Wind of the Coast) Project Overview...

Marine South East is working with partners from Italy and Spain to share knowledge and experience of the deployment of small wind energy systems along coastlines.

Coastal areas offer a wide range of opportunities to produce wind, current and tidal renewable energy, WICO partners have identifies small wind systems as suitable for integration along the coast to exploit the presence of on-shore and off-shore winds.

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