British exit from EU would be bad for UK renewable energy business

A2SEA instal a wind turbine at Gode Wind offshore wind farm in 2015, where Baker Consultancy provided marine mammal and underwater noise monitoring
A2SEA instal a wind turbine at Gode Wind offshore wind farm in 2015, where Baker Consultancy provided marine mammal and underwater noise monitoring

Ecological consultancy Baker Consultants recently announced the award of its latest significant European contract for Iberdrola on the Wikinger offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.

Here Managing Director Andrew Baker – one of the UK’s experts in nature conservation law – discusses the UK membership of the EU and the possible threat that the UK leaving the EU might bring for the renewable energy sector.

Read the full Scottish Energy News POLICY PLATFORM article here:

– http://www.scottishenergynews.com/platform/british-exit-from-eu-would-be-bad-for-uk-renewable-energy-business/

 

 

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