British Wind Energy Association

Formed in 1978, the British Wind Energy Association is the trade and professional body for the UK wind and marine renewables industries. They produce a range of publications on the core issues related to the profession. Now known as Renewable UK.

Renewable Energy House
1 Aztec Row
Berners Road
N1 0PW
Tel: 020 7689 1960

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Best practice guidelines: consultation for offshore wind energy developments 2002 Green
Best practice guidelines for wind energy development 1994 Green
Economics of wind energy 1997 Red
Onshore wind: powering ahead 2006 Green
Small wind turbine performance and safety standard 2008 Amber
Using wind power: a guide to remote power and domestic applications 1994 Red
Wind energy: power for a sustainable future 1996 Red
Wind energy: the facts 1995 Red
Wind energy and planning: an overview 2004 Green
Wind farms of the UK 1996 Red
FAS 4 Can we rely on the wind? 1996 Red
FAS 5 Electricity supply 1996 Red
FAS 6 Government's policy for renewables 1997 Red
FAS 8 Wind energy in agriculture 1996 Red
FAS 10 Noise from wind turbines 1996 Red
FAS 12 Offshore wind energy 1997 Red
FAS 14 Generating electricity into the UK public electricity system - a guide for potential wind turbine owners and developers 1996 Red
FAS 19 Calculating environmental benefits 1997 Red


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