Energy giant BP (LON: BP) is “absolutely following through” on its pledge to put Aberdeen at the heart of its offshore wind activities.
Port of Leith
Dales Marine Services is taking on new staff and apprentices across its sites at Aberdeen, Greenock and Leith, as it eyes further growth in the coming year.
Port of Leith has signed a marshalling deal for the giant Morven wind farm from BP and EnBW to be built in the North Sea.
Forth Ports has announced a series of new leadership appointments as its senior team is restructured to reflect the growing role of ports in the offshore renewables sector.
‘Scotland plc is really important to us’: Forth Ports says investment doesn’t mean offshore wind competition
Bosses at Forth Ports have claimed a “game-changing” £40million investment in the Port of Leith will not equate to competition with the rest of Scotland for offshore wind work.
Together with partner BP, the German utility is confident that investment plans for the Port of Leith and Aberdeen make for a compelling bid in the battle for ScotWind acreage.
Forth Ports, owner of seven ports on the east coast of Scotland, will submit a “green port” bid to the Scottish Government.
A £40million plan to create the "largest and best located" renewable energy hub in Scotland at the Port of Leith has been unveiled.
The Port of Leith is bolstering its renewables offering with a seven-figure investment to open up an "additional 25 hectares of land".