Analysis on the Offshore Wind in the European Mix Energy

The energy sector of a country is stronger when multiple ways of producing energy exist, so when there are multiple systems of energy and is less resistant when there is only one way of applied producing energy. The solution for the future stability of everyday life is from the energetic point of view, the existence of several energy systems in parallel. In this system, the renewable energy sources (RES) play an increasingly important place, contributing to a sustainable and efficient development, compatible with a cleaner environment. Among these energy sources, the marine RES, which include both offshore wind and ocean energy, become from one year to another, important resources generating economic growth and jobs enhance the security of its energy supply and boost competitiveness through technological innovation. Between the both marine RES sectors, it is distinguished the importance of the offshore energy that increases year by year. The figures that will be presented in the paper are relevant in this sense. The paper contains a desk analysis of the offshore energy area, showing figures, images, dates and conclusions on these new technologies and their effects on short and long terms. Also, a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis is included, representing a necessary assessment of the strong and weak points, trying to adjust the strengths to the opportunities and reduction at a minimum level of the threats, eliminated the weak points. The projects based on this type of energy source, its positive results outline a promising perspective for the investors and authorities. The benefits are conclusive in this area: this inexhaustible and free resource generates energy with zero emissions, provides permanent and temporary jobs, services and economic growth, a balanced proportion between supply and demand of energy

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  • Accession Number: 01606170
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jul 9 2016 11:06AM