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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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BW Ideol said it had agreed “exclusive long-term access” to the former offshore oil fabrication yard near Inverness in northeast Scotland, described as “the largest brownfield port in the UK” with access to a 2.2km quay.

France-based BW Ideol said it and the Ardersier Port Authority would “explore the set-up of a serial production line dedicated to the delivery of locally manufactured floating wind substructures based on BW Ideol’s proven damping pool technology”.

BW Ideol is one of a pack of early-movers in floating wind looking to secure infrastructure for local production to support what is expected to be a boom in floating wind deployment off Scotland and the wider UK.

The Scottish government is currently in the midst of its landmark ScotWind leasing round, among the first tenders globally to offer opportunities for gigawatt-scale floating wind development.

Join me and key stakeholders at the ScotWind: https://bit.ly/35qkVWc Professionals Group

 

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