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Scotland’s lofty offshore wind aspirations could be stifled as companies jostle for position at the country’s ports, an industry expert has warned.
Proposals for a “world class” offshore wind manufacturing site in the north-east of England have been given the go ahead.
A former professional rugby player has been appointed to help Global Energy Group gain advantage in the renewables and energy transition market.
Construction of Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm has hit a major milestone after the first significant piece of infrastructure was installed.
More than 10,000 tonnes of steelwork has departed Indonesia bound for the Hornsea Two offshore wind farm.
London-listed Solo Oil is cutting assets it no longer sees a future in and shaking up its personnel, in part of its drive to become a mid-cap exploration and production company.
Transport bosses in the north-east have asked the Scottish Government for cash to investigate opening up train stations in the south of Aberdeen.
Taxpayers’ money and government time is wasted by ministers backing the “wrong” infrastructure projects with a risk that poor decisions could lock in harmful effects on the economy, a think-tank has warned.
Britons face longer commutes, more expensive energy bills and soaring housing costs because of the failure by successive governments to modernise the UK’s creaking infrastructure, George Osborne has admitted. The Chancellor will use next month’s Autumn Statement to set out plans to sell off billions of pounds’ worth of public assets to help fund major projects and will commit to invest £100 billion in infrastructure by 2020. Mr Osborne formally launched the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), under the chairmanship of former Labour cabinet minister Lord Adonis, which he said would “hold our feet to the fire” with regards to progress on major projects.