Links

This section provides information and links to our partners, affiliates and other relevant organisations.

The States of Alderney

Official government site of the States of Alderney. Here you can find a wealth of information on local Government, administration, intitiatives, island life and local news.

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Alderney Reneweable Energy Limited

ARE Ltd. is a tidal developer, based in Alderney in the Channel Islands. They are developing up to 3 Gigawatts of tidal power 55 miles from the south coast of Britain and 8 miles from France. A 300 Megawatt Project is under development which plans to reach full scale deployment by 2020.

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FAB Link Limited

The FAB Interconnector project is being jointly developed by RTE and FAB Link Limited - a company established specifically to develop and own the FAB project. Its current shareholders are Transmission Investment LLP and Alderney Renewable Energy Limited

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Visit Alderney

Visit Alderney is the Island's main tourist site packed with details such as how to travel to & from Alderney, local events, harbour information, and natural heritage to name a few.

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Renewable UK

RenewableUK is the UK's leading not for profit renewable energy trade association. Its vision is for renewable energy to play a leading role in powering the UK.

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Alderney Wildlife Trust

The Alderney Wildlife Trust (AWT) is the only Wildlife Trust in the Channel Islands and as a Crown Dependency Alderney is responsible for its own Wildlife protection law and policy. Amongst its many other duties, the AWT is responsible for the creation of the Alderney Record Centre (ARC), for the maintenance of many public sites and footpaths, for running a broad educational programme and for the development of nature tourism within island communities.

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Guernsey Legal Resources

The Renewable Energy (Alderney) Laws and Ordinances cited on our website are available to download. This website is a joint initiative of the Royal Court of Guernsey and the Law Officers of the Crown and reflects their commitment to improving the administration of justice in the Island by providing easy access to some of its most frequently used legal material. 

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