The consortium behind the Buchan Offshore Wind project has completed its site investigations for its 1GW floating offshore wind farm in the Northeast of Scotland.
Forth Ports Group has outlined plans for an integrated floating offshore wind facility (FLOW) at the Port of Burntisland in Fife.
A ‘novel approach’ is needed for the UK to capture the vast – perhaps overwhelming – amount of floating wind work, says SOWEC supply chain chairman.
Having helped global developers win acreage in some of the most significant offshore wind tenders, a new Xodus Group business line is turning its attention to new frontiers.
Scotland Office Minister John Lamont has pledged to make sure a “spacial squeeze” in the North Sea is “effectively” managed amid fishing industry concerns over offshore wind farms.
A washout of offshore wind in the latest Contract for Difference round is a wake-up call to government – but can issues be fixed to ensure Scotwind projects don’t founder?
On August 25, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a resolution proclaiming that January 26, 2024 will be dubbed the International Day of Clean Energy.
Welcome to the final episode of the second series of Gigawaters, a four part series exploring the impact of ScotWind. Brought to you by Sustainable Growth Voice and Energy Voice Out Loud, in paid partnership with Orsted.
Aberdeen’s floating wind crown has been passed to Norway today as the world’s largest project, Hywind Tampen, officially opens.
A pair of ScotWind projects have combined, expanding the Arven development off Shetland.
Haventus is eyeing expansion in the UK, Europe and elsewhere, using Ardersier as a template.
One of China’s turbine giants could be poised to deliver a much-needed boost to Scotland’s wanting wind manufacturing sector.
Crown Estate Scotland, the body which manages seabed rights for offshore renewables, has announced Euan McVicar as its new chair.
Gillian Martin said offshore wind is “the greatest economic opportunity of recent times”.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Transmission has announced £10 billion of investment to support offshore wind in Scotland.
In the second episode of Season 2 of the Gigawaters podcast, Sustainable Growth Voice editor Felicia Jackson and her guests look at how innovation and new technologies (such as floating wind) can play their part in economic transformation.
Bristol-based engineering firm, Blackfish, is set to open two new offices in Scotland, bringing its services to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
Up to 2,000 people will be onsite during peak production, with one floater produced at Ardersier every week, BW Ideol said.
A court has thrown out an offshore wind lawsuit for £400m in damages over a contested ScotWind seabed lease off Aberdeenshire.
A new process to help the Scottish supply chain prepare for the wave of work expected from the Scotwind leasing round is now open to applicants.
The government’s Offshore Wind Champion said it was a "national disgrace" that maintenance work on the UK’s flagship floating wind project off Aberdeen had to be conducted overseas.
Geophysical studies for two major offshore wind projects have got underway off the coast of Aberdeenshire and Orkney.
Speed is now of the essence to develop local supply chain capacity as INTOG kicks in, writes Neil Gordon of the Global Underwater Hub
Developers of a massive offshore wind farm planned off the coast of Aberdeenshire have named it after Stonehaven’s distinctive coastal landmark, Bowdun Head.
It is now over a year since the ScotWind leasing process created the opportunity for an additional 27.6GW of offshore wind in Scottish waters. Of the 20 projects that came through the application process, 14 are set to use floating wind turbines, positioning Scotland as a world leader in this technology. Whilst the scale of the result was eye catching, the accompanying Scottish supply chain commitments of over £28bn was perhaps the most significant result.