As part of the impact studies regularly carried out by Ailes Marines and several specialized scientific organizations, a new analysis was conducted by the Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Environnement Marin to assess the impact of noise associated with the construction phase of offshore wind turbines on the Coquille Saint-Jacques and the Praire.
On Tuesday 20 December 2022, the Comité Régional de la Conchyliculture Bretagne Nord (CRCBN) and Ailes Marines signed an agreement to finance a feasibility study for an Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) farm project. Financed by Ailes Marines, the feasibility study will aim to determine the regulatory, technical and economic conditions of this innovative project.
Offshore wind power is a true emblem of the energy transition and has already won over many countries. The production of energy by offshore wind power is indeed very interesting depending on the geographical location of the farms. In France, it has a real potential, thanks to a vast and windy maritime landscape. Discover it.
Anxious to develop a wind power project that respects the environment and is integrated into the Bay of Saint-Brieuc, Ailes Marines has put in place a team of engineers and specialized doctors. It was important for the company to carry out additional studies in the interests of transparency and responsibility.
Do you also enjoy watching these marine creatures that surprise and intrigue us?
But do you know the job of a marine mammal observer?
Their mission: to observe marine mammals to better protect them.
Setec In Vivo unveils the results of studies related to species living on and in the seabed, known as benthic biocenoses. Conducted from 2012 to date, the objective was to identify their presence and distribution in order to ultimately determine the environmental impact of the implementation of an offshore wind farm in the Bay of Saint-Brieuc.