• Future emerging technologies in the wind power sector: A European perspective 

      Watson, Simon; Moro, Alberto; Reis, Vera; Baniotopoulos, Charalampos; Barth, Stephan; Bartoli, Gianni; Bauer, Florian; Boelman, Elisa; Bosse, Denis; Cherubini, Antonello; Croce, Alessandro; Fagiano, Lorenzo; Fontana, Marco; Gambier, Adrian; Gkoumas, Konstantinos; Golightly, Christopher; Latour, Mikel Iribas; Jamieson, Peter; Kaldellis, John; Macdonald, Andrew; Murphy, Jimmy; Muskulus, Michael; Petrini, Francesco; Pigolotti, Luca; Rasmussen, Fleming; Schild, Philippe; Schmehl, Roland; Stavridou, Nafsika; Tande, John Olav Giæver; Taylor, Nigel A. S.; Telsnig, Thomas; Wiser, Ryan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    • A lifecycle financial analysis model for offshore wind farms 

      Judge, Frances; McAuliffe, Fiona Devoy; Sperstad, Iver Bakken; Chester, Rachel; Flannery, Brian; Lynch, Katie; Murphy, Jimmy (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Simulation and modelling allow a range of offshore wind farm stakeholders to test and improve a project's viability in a cost-effective and safe manner. This paper presents a model developed to conduct detailed financial ...
    • Offshore macroalgae biomass for bioenergy production: Environmental aspects, technological achievements and challenges 

      Fernand, Francois; Israel, Alvaro; Skjermo, Jorunn; Wichard, Thomas; Timmermanns, Klas R.; Goldberg, Alexander (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Economic and environmental developments in the last decades call for the displacement of fossil fuels to alternative energy sources. Biofuels are considered as a part of the solution for this challenge. Sustainable raw ...
    • Space-time variability of climate variables and intermittent renewable electricity production – A review 

      Engeland, Kolbjørn; Borga, Marco; Cretuin, Jean-Domenique; Francois, Baptiste; Ramos, Maria-Helena; Vidal, Jean-Philippe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      A major part of renewable electricity production is characterized by a large degree of intermittency driven by the natural variability of climate factors such as air temperature, wind velocity, solar radiation, precipitation, ...