Fish eDNA project launched at offshore wind farm

Overall, this new method should help to reduce the costs of offshore wind developments; reducing overall cost of energy production whilst also minimising the environmental impact,

Official Press Release Natural Power:

Innovative fish eDNA project launched at offshore wind farm

Leading renewable energy consultancy and service provider Natural Power, along with project partners EDF Renewables and environmental DNA and nature specialist NatureMetrics, has kicked off a ground-breaking research project to validate offshore fish environmental DNA (eDNA) survey methods – the first of its kind to trial the use of eDNA to improve survey methods for offshore wind farm environmental impact assessments.

Michelle Elliott, the senior environmental consultant leading the project on behalf of Natural Power, said: “There is significant evidence for eDNA providing robust data on fish diversity in nearshore environments, but very few studies exist further offshore, and to our knowledge, there has been no work investigating eDNA methods for fish ecology... ... More: Official Press Release Natural Power

Natural Power, UK, offshore, wind farm, renewable energy, consultancy, EDF Renewables, DNA, fish, EDNA, survey, methods, environmental impact assessments

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