Good news for dolphins? New project to cut noise pollution from offshore turbine installation

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The quiet hammer under trial | Credit: Carbon Trust
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The quiet hammer under trial | Credit: Carbon Trust

Carbon Trust and Fistuca announce major new R&D project to cut costs and biodiversity impacts from offshore wind foundations

The offshore wind inudtsry could soon have some good news for dolphins and other animals affected by the installation of offshore wind turbine foundations. The Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator...

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