- Oct 28, 2021 11:33 am GMT
Fred Olsen Renewables and Vattenfall have entered into agreements with key Orkney organisations as part of the ScotWind partnership.
The partnership has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with two Orkney offshore service providers, Green Marine and Leask Marine, alongside Orkney Harbour Authority.
The agreements will facilitate the development of local suppliers, enable the creation of highly skilled jobs and maximise the opportunities that offshore wind can bring to the area, contingent on the partnership securing an option as part of ScotWind.
The partnership has signed three separate MoUs which will see the local suppliers work collaboratively to deliver large scale offshore wind contracts.
The agreements focus on committing to use local skills and services, whilst supporting the local businesses to expand and be ready for future business demands, including preparing for the purchase of new assets and training staff in key skills areas.
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