Research that can develop methods for assessing socio-economic impacts is urgently needed, as is evidence of validity of the prediction methods gathered through monitoring during construction and operation. The proponents of this project have developed this approach for other industries (e.g. major power stations - see Chadwick and Glasson (1999), Glasson (2005)) and the aim of the current research will be to develop methods for offshore renewables.
A comparative case study approach using mixed methods for the collection of data. Find out more »
Empiral data will be gathered from early 2017 through to late 2019. Read more about our collection techniques for quantitative and qualitative data »
What you can expect to find on this website and how our research will be disseminated »
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