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OWA publishes new CBRA Application Guide

5 February 2016 | News

New report released to help industry apply Cable Burial Risk Assessment Guidance (CBRA) methodology to offshore wind project specification

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Mobile Carbon Impact

Smartphones supporting sustainable lifestyles as mobile makes its mark on climate change

17 December 2015 | News

Smartphones are playing a key role in addressing the challenge of climate change, according to Mobile Carbon Impact, a new report released today by the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), authored by the Carbon Trust.

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Mobile carbon impact

Global growth in mobile communications technology has a positive impact on climate change

17 December 2015 | News

Mobile communications technology is making a considerable contribution to action on climate change according to Mobile Carbon Impact, a new report released today by the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), authored by the Carbon Trust.

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Road to Paris 2015

Carbon Trust reaction to agreement at COP21 in Paris

12 December 2015 | News

Quotes from Michael Rea, Chief Operating Officer at the Carbon Trust, on the agreement at COP21 in Paris, the innovation needs for low carbon technology and the business response to climate change.

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Gravity base foundations

New study from Carbon Trust reveals barriers to large-scale deployment of gravity based solutions in offshore wind

3 December 2015 | News

Focus and investment into fabrication infrastructure needed to unlock potential of gravity base structures for offshore wind sector

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Clean energy - new collaborative approach

New collaborative approach can reduce the cost of clean energy by US$550 billion over the next decade

1 December 2015 | News

The world can save an estimated US$550 billion on the cost of deploying clean energy technologies over the next decade, putting them on a path to cost competitiveness, if countries work together to accelerate innovation by unlocking global collaboration.

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