Offshore wind will provide opportunities in Scotland for generations to come, a Dundee meeting of the Forth & Tay Offshore Cluster heard yesterday.
Red Rock Power
The fate of billions of pounds worth of renewables projects will be determined today as the results of the third offshore wind auction round are announced.
The giant Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm project has announced it has received consent from the Scottish Government to reduce the number of turbines at the site.
The developer of the Inch Cape wind project has announced it has secured £80 million financing against a new Scottish project.
The construction phase of North Sea offshore wind projects could have an "impact" on local marine mammals, an assessment of the project has claimed.
A huge Angus windfarm project has announced Dutch firm Boskalis as its preferred marine works supplier, signing a pre-construction agreement (PCA) with the firm.
An Angus wind project is looking to benefit from the Aberdeen supply chain's "wealth of expertise".
Ian Johnson, project manager for Red Rock Power, said yesterday that the Inch Cape wind project should be around the 70 turbine mark and that Chinese investment is an ‘enabler’ to getting Scottish projects off the ground.
Italian engineering firm Saipem is "in discussion" with the developers of wind farms off Angus and Fife as it looks to secure more work in renewables.
The developer of a wind farm off the Angus coast has opted to apply for a new substation location after locals rejected the initial proposals.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon opened the new Edinburgh offices of Chinese power company Red Rock Power, a subsidiary of State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), on Tuesday.