A new Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council (SOWEC) report has been launched to help Scottish companies to understand and gain a foothold into the burgeoning global offshore wind market. With the rapid growth of offshore wind in Scotland, and many of the leading developers active in Scottish projects, Scottish companies can look to use domestic experience to win work in new emerging markets.
The Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council (SOWEC) has today published updated Goals and Vision, reflecting the changes and developments witnessed in the Scottish offshore wind sector over the past two years.
A new Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council report has today been launched to support industry planning for repurposing of oil and gas infrastructure for green and blue hydrogen production in the UK Continental Shelf. The report was commissioned from engineering and technical consultancy Vysus Group.
Floating Offshore Wind 2021, Aberdeen, 15-16th of September
Exhibition and Conference at the P&J Live in Aberdeen. The premier UK floating wind event and a great networking opportunity with the industry expected to turn out in force at what will be one of the first major physical events this calendar year.
A new, independent study for the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council sets out a clear baseline for Scottish content in Scottish and UK offshore wind farms, as well as giving industry and government recommendations on a roadmap to increase the amount of work Scottish and UK businesses win from offshore wind.
Scottish Government-industry report: Scottish Floating Offshore Wind Port Cluster could deliver £1.5bn boost
• Ports key to success of offshore wind sector supply chain success
• Independent Strategic Investment Assessment led by Professor Sir Jim McDonald of University of Strathclyde