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RiCORE project novel technology selection.
(RiCORE Project, 2015-09-30)
This report compiles and inventory of technology types (within the tidal, wave and offshore wind categories) that the RiCORE project considers when providing recommendations and guidelines in favour of implementing a ...
Report on the analysis of commonalities and differences in approaches to pre-consent surveys.
(RiCORE Project, 2015-06-30)
This report identifies commonalities and transferability of pre-consent surveying among renewable energy technology types. This comes as part of the RiCORE project, which aimed to promote the use of offshore renewable ...
Review of the state of the art and future direction of the Survey, Deploy and Monitor policy.
(RiCORE Project, 2015-06-17)
This report reviews the state of the art of the "Survey, Deploy and Monitor Licensing Policy Guidance" in order to set the basis for its further development to all relevant technologies in the offshore renewable energy ...
Pre- and post-consenting environmental surveys.
(RiCORE Project, 2016-06-15)
This presentation outlines the findings of the fourth- and fifth work packages of the RiCORE project, focusing on environmental surveys before and after the consenting process, and applying an adaptive management approach.
Pre-consent survey guidance.
(RICORE PROJECT, 2016-06-30)
This report provides advice for whether or not (and to what extent in terms of data volume) pre-consent surveys are required during the creation of offshore renewable energy projects. This comes as part of the RiCORE ...
Marine renewables and environmental risks: current practices in pre- and post-consent monitoring: workshop report.
(RiCORE Project, 2015-05-29)
This report reviews the outcomes of the first workshop organised as part of the RiCORE project, which took place in Bilbao on 21st April 2015. This workshop focused on analysing pre- and post-consent environmental requirements ...
Report on potential emerging innovative monitoring approaches, identifying potential reductions in monitoring costs and evaluation of existing long-term datasets.
(RiCORE Project, 2015-12-14)
This report highlights the potential for using emerging and innovative technologies for pre-consent surveys of key receptor groups at proposed marine renewable energy sites. The report also identifies potential reductions ...