Offshore energy in the south west

The south west has the potential to become one of the world’s leading centres for offshore renewable energy.

This potential has been realised through its designation as the first marine energy park in the UK

(for more information please visit the SW MEP page).

The strength of the supply chain combined with the fantastic energy resources around the coast and excellent resource capabilities has put the south west at the forefront of the marine energy sector.

South West Marine Energy Park

Find out about the work of the UK's first Marine Energy Park and discover the wealth of supply chain companies, test facilities and excellent resources in the region.

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Statement of Ambition to 2030

The south west Statement of Ambition to 2030, was published in the summer of 2015 and sets out the regions long term ambition to deploy marine energy.

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Monthly Offshore Market Insight Reports

Each month the offshore team at Regen SW create market insight reports, full of intelligence, insight and analysis on all areas of the marine energy sector.

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South West MEP Prospectus 2014

Find out more about the South West Marine Energy Park, including the resources, infrastructure, test facilities and supply chain companies.

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Offshore supply chain

Find out about marine energy or environmental consultancies, engineering companies, technology providers and research organisations in the region.

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Bristol Tidal Energy Forum

Regen SW run this industry network, featuring over 100 leading companies in the sector to help facilitate the delivery of tidal developments in the SW.

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Partnernership opportunities with Regen SW

Are you looking for a partner to work with? We would be pleased to offer our expertise and work with you on funding bids or tenders. Contact the marine team on 01392 494399 to discuss future opportunities.

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Bristol Channel- A balanced technology approach

A balanced technology approach discussion document published in 2012 on how to exploit the resource in the Bristol Channel area.

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