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New regional datasets available for the Indian coasts

R K Singh, Power and New & Renewable Energy minister of India announced that the government plans to reach 200 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022, including 5 GW of offshore wind power being auctioned just for next year ! To help India to reach its goal, Metocean Analytics offers now regional datasets for the Indian coasts !

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The future of renewable marine energy projects in France

For 12 years now, the French Assises of sea economy, has been the principal annual meeting for the french maritime community. This meeting gathers all the representative of small and big companies in the industry. This year, Nicolas Hulot, the French minister of Ecological Transition and Solidarity  gave a speech at that event and  confirmed the position of France in terms of renewable energy, marine renewable energy in particular.

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Open Ocean and VORTEX team up to offer the most complete online solution for offshore wind development

Paris, December 13th 2017 – Open Ocean, pioneer in Marine Data Intelligence, launched in 2015 Metocean Analytics, the first online offer for metocean studies on-demand. Today, Open Ocean teams up with Spanish wind expert VORTEX to make Metocean Analytics the most complete online solution for site analysis during offshore project development.

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New Indonesia and Orkneys zones available in Metocean Analytics

This month, we are adding wind, wave, ocean current datasets for two new regional zones: Indonesia and Orkney Islands.

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Hurricanes and climate change

For the past few weeks, one question is on everyone's mouth: Is there a relation between climate change and the recent repetition of very strong hurricanes events in the Caribbean and US South-East? The experts say that it is not the easiest question to answer.

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