A new Scottish wind developer has announced today it will partner with Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) to compete for a North Sea offshore wind bid.
The upcoming ScotWind offshore wind leasing round will go ahead "as planned" despite the uncertainty caused by the spread of coronavirus, the Crown Estate confirmed last night.
EDP Renewables is “actively pursuing all opportunities in relation to floating wind”, according to its project boss.
A new Scottish developer has said he is “undaunted” by the fresh interest of oil majors in the offshore wind sector, as his firm aims to bid into an upcoming North Sea leasing round.
As years go, 2019 was a particularly significant one for Scotland’s energy sector, most notably with the Scottish Government declaring a climate emergency, and outlining our commitment to become a net-zero emissions economy and society by 2045.
Aberdeen “needs to become a global offshore wind city” or face a downgrade in future job opportunities, according to a UK renewable energy expert.
The boss of Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) said yesterday that his firm could return for more offshore wind acreage in the Scottish North Sea.
The Scottish offshore wind leasing round has been pushed back for a second time to "ensure that developers have the right information", the Crown Estate Scotland has said.
French oil and gas giant Total has said its "strong industrial position" in Aberdeen has spurred its decision to move into the Scottish offshore wind market in the North Sea.
The Crown Estate Scotland has outlined plans to offshore wind developers concerning the timeline of its new ScotWind Leasing round.
The next Scottish offshore wind leasing round will take place in October, the Crown Estate Scotland has revealed.