Assembling wind turbines at ports could generate major profitability gains for the industry

This is the conclusion of a recent study by the University of Delaware in conjunction with partners in the industry, based on 10 MW wind turbines. The role of port platforms could become more important with more economic activity onshore than offshore, while the solution would not require any significant technological changes. A development to be followed with interest. Continue reading

Port master plans: flexibility increasingly vital as long term planning becomes more difficult

In addition to commercial prospects, master plans now need to take account of faster technological advances and the impact of climate change. Being ready for the future is an increasingly demanding challenge as interactions between ports, economic operators and even objects are intensifying. And within that complex ecosystem, human beings need to find their place. Continue reading