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Floating offshore wind port may bring £1.5bn to Scotland

Floating offshore wind port may bring £1.5bn to Scotland: The development of a floating offshore wind port cluster that can connect manufacturers together may produce £1.5 billion in economic favour for Scotland. Managed by Professor Sir Jim McDonald of Strathclyde University, a current study, authorised by the Scottish Government & offshore industry, advises a partnership…
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48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages

48.9GW of new renewables projects in the scoping stages: Renewables projects labelled as “scoping” currently represents 50% or 48.9GW of the total viable pipeline capacity*, according to the latest analysis from Cornwall Insight. Of this 48.9GW “scoping” total, 38.6GW is from offshore wind, 5.0GW from battery projects, 3.0GW from onshore wind and 1.5GW from solar…
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Scotland fishing port supports wind projects

Scotland fishing port supports wind projects. The largest fishing port in Europe, situated in Scotland, recently signed a letter of interest with Falck Renewables and Bluefloat Energy in aid of offshore floating wind projects in the North Sea. The partners will assist in exploring a multitude of development opportunities, this letter states that the port…
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Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW

Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW

Pipeline for renewable energy & storage projects up 86GW: The latest figures from Cornwall Insight’s Renewables Pipeline Tracker reveal the pipeline of renewable energy and storage projects across England, Scotland and Wales currently stands at 86GW. The research also shows 40.6GW of sites are classified with a development status of “scoping”. This is where sites…
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Current offshore wind pipeline falls short of 40GW by 2030

Current offshore wind pipeline falls short of 40GW by 2030

Current offshore wind pipeline falls short of 40GW by 2030: Latest figures from Cornwall Insight’s ‘Renewables pipeline tracker report‘ show that even if all current offshore wind sites with leasing are developed in the coming years, total offshore wind capacity would only reach 29.7GW by 2030. The report currently tracks 22 sites across both floating…
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