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Chicago-based clean-energy giant aims to build on 29GW-plus onshore renewables portfolio via plan with floating technology partner in Scotland's ScotWind tender

The move marks a major strategic shift for the Chicago-based clean-energy developer, which has a 29GW-plus land-based wind, solar and energy storage portfolio backed some $43bn in financing, including several gigascale onshore wind farms in the US and some smaller projects in Scotland, but until now no offshore interests.

The joint venture (JV) with BW Offshore – the parent company of floating wind combine BW Ideol, formed earlier this year with French technology outfit Ideol – has its partnering roots in a recent deal with BW Group to build a floating regasification unit for the Energía del Pacífico liquid natural gas-to-power project in El Salvador.

“We are uniquely positioned to deliver innovative offshore wind infrastructure to Scotland through leveraging Invenergy’s decades of experience, expertise in leading complex projects to completion and network of strategic supplier relationships,” said Ivenergy’s chief development officer, Bryan Schueler.

Schueler said the developer’s “track-record in building and operating large-scale renewable projects around the world and here in Scotland... would ensure [its] approach to the engineering, design and procurement of technology solutions maximises opportunities for the Scottish supply chain in terms of manufacturing, fabrication and utilisation of Scottish ports and harbours”.


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