Renewable energy means energy generated from sources that are not exhaustible, and include wave, wind, solar and geothermal power.
As the renewable energy industry both on land and in the marine sector has grown over the last few years, the demand for archaeological investigations and assessments have also increased.
The offshore infrastructure needed for generating renewable energy often comprises large foundations, sub-surface cables and substations, all which can have an impact on archaeological features, such as wrecks, submerged landscapes or other anthropogenic features.
Maritime Archaeology Ltd continues to work on a number of large-scale offshore and terrestrial projects within the renewable energy sector from pre-application through to post-construction. We always aim to work to your schedules to ensure minimum disruption to site development.
We can provide a package of services that will meet the archaeological demands of your projects, including: