Wind farm deal 'boosts confidence in Nigg yard’
- Sep 30, 2022 12:22 am GMT
A MAJOR Ross-shire employer has agreed a multimillion-pound deal it says will support 50 jobs amid progress on a major wind farm project.
The multi million pound contract is for the supply of the two J-tube frames that will be attached to the two foundations holding the offshore substation platforms (OSPs).
The frames are approximately 37 metres in length and 11 metres in diameter and support the steel tubes that will protect the cables coming into the OSPs from the wind turbines as well as the cable exporting the power to shore.
The cables are buried in the seabed around the OSPs.
GEG will fabricate the J-tubes at the quayside fabrication facilities at the
Moray West has previously announced that the
"We are delighted to be working with OW and the Moray West team and this project award gives confidence to invest for future growth at the
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