An initiative aimed at helping create a renewable energy jobs boom in the Highlands has been launched, following the appointment of its first manager.
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In the Scottish Highlands, discussions are currently ongoing that could transform the region into the world’s next energy and maritime hotspot.
The Global Energy Group (GEG) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate with a partnership planning a new floating wind development off the north-east coast.
Rapidly growing Highland company GEG Capital is expected to add to its portfolio of companies this week, as it also unveils a rebrand of one of its well-known local businesses.
An investigation has been launched following the death of a worker several months after he was injured at a major north port.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has outlined plans to capitalise on the energy transition after enjoying a period of growth within the business.
GEG Capital, part of Inverness-headquartered Global Energy Group, said yesterday it had acquired Peterhead-based marine recruitment firm Genesis Personnel for an undisclosed sum.
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Port of Nigg could be in line to receive government funding to allow it to manufacture turbines for what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm, according to a news report.
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Creation of “greenports” will let Scotland compete with England for offshore wind manufacturing work, according to a Cromarty Firth boss.
A dozen UK companies, including several in the north-east, are to benefit from a share of more than a million pounds to help realise their offshore wind ambitions.
Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) is in the midst of a recruitment drive supported by a series of contract wins worth more than £25 million.
Offshore components for the energy sector could soon be built using green hydrogen after a study to asses the fuel’s potential for use at Port of Nigg was launched.
The Port of Nigg has been served a “green jobs boost” after it bagged a contract for work on what will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.
During an intense period of challenge for the energy sector in the midst of a global pandemic, securing the future of Aberdeen as Europe’s oil and gas capital has never been more important.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has secured backing of up to £8.3million from development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) for a £19m project to extend the quayside at its Port of Nigg facility.
Global Energy Group (GEG) has gone into partnership with Italian company Rosetti Marino to deliver large-scale renewable energy and net-zero projects around the UK.
A new “global centre for excellence” in renewable energy technologies is to be opened in the Highlands.
Global Energy Group’s new group chief executive has described the firm as “probably the best positioned organisation in the whole of the UK” to make the most of the expansion in offshore renewables.
Global Energy Group has today announced the upcoming appointment of Tim Cornelius in the new role of group chief executive.
Work on a multi-million pound project to extend the quayside at Port of Nigg by more than 700ft will start in April, the facility’s owner, Global Energy Group, has said.
Ross-shire Engineering (RSE) has pledged to take on at least 360 new apprentices and graduates in its Scottish operations over the next six years.
Developers behind a 100 turbine wind farm under construction in the Moray Firth are celebrating a major project milestone.
A Highland company headed by Global Energy Group (GEG) boss Roy MacGregor has acquired Aberdeen recruitment agency Cammach Bryant for an undisclosed sum.
A former professional rugby player has been appointed to help Global Energy Group gain advantage in the renewables and energy transition market.
Up to 150 new jobs could be created under £100 million plans by the Global Energy Group (GEG) to build what has been described as the “UK’s largest offshore wind fabrication facility” in the Highlands.