- Jul 19, 2021 3:34 pm GMT
Aberdeen and ScotWind.
BP extras – EV charging points, green hydrogen and shipbuilding
This will include a five-fold expansion of its electric vehicle (EV) charging network as well as a green hydrogen production facility and even shipbuilding as it pledges to invest in building up port infrastructure capacity. However it has ruled our manufacturing the turbines which it expects to source from a original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
BP has already struck a heads of terms agreement to invest a seven figure sum in Forth Ports’ £40m renewables hub at the Port of Leith in Edinburgh. The firm said it was continuing to “work on” plans for Aberdeen Harbour.
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