A Best Practice Framework to Reconcile Full-scale Marine Renewable Energy Deployments with Marine Natura 2000 Sites

Conference Paper

Title: A Best Practice Framework to Reconcile Full-scale Marine Renewable Energy Deployments with Marine Natura 2000 Sites
Authors: Le Lièvre, C.
Publication Date:
June 14, 2018
Conference Name: International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) 2018
Conference Location: Cherbourg, France
Pages: 1-8
Publisher: Ocean Energy Systems
Technology Type:

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Citation

Le Lièvre, C. (2018). A Best Practice Framework to Reconcile Full-scale Marine Renewable Energy Deployments with Marine Natura 2000 Sites. Paper Presented at the International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) 2018, Cherbourg, France.
Abstract: 

As the marine renewable energy industry is now rapidly scaling up from single devices to arrays of multiple turbines, this paper brings science and law together to investigate how the mechanisms of adaptive management can be best applied under the appropriate assessment procedure of the Habitats Directive to provide regulators with the best scientific knowledge about the ecological risks of full-scale deployments on marine Natura 2000 species.

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