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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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Scotland

Latest figures, taking into account all 20 projects, now show initial Scottish commitments total £28.8bn, indicating an average investment in Scotland of £1.4bn per project built and £1bn per gigawatt of capacity built. 

Focussing from the outset on supply chain capacity to develop and deliver the projects is key to the overall success of ScotWind. Crown Estate Scotland mandated that applicants must outline supply chain commitments as part of their application for an option agreement, with commitments then updated throughout development as project specifics such as timing and technology become clearer, and the development of the supply chain progresses. 

Stay informed: ScotWind

https://www.crownestatescotland.com/resources/documents/scotwind-area-18-scds-outlook

 

 

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