Recent news and events

See the posts below for recent news and events from the Scottish offshore wind industry.

Recent posts

  • News

    01 April 2020

    COVID-19 Helpline for Businesses

    Visit https://findbusinesssupport.gov.scot to prepare and manage your business for the impact of the coronavirus.

  • News

    02 March 2020

    Neart na Gaoithe Supply Chain Events

    EDF Renewables UK and ESB, joint owners and developers of the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm, are hosting a series of supply chain events to showcase how more Scottish companies can help support the successful delivery of this very significant project for Scotland.

  • Events

    26 February 2020

    Ocean Power and the Supply Chain

    Drawing on the vast experience of innovative speakers from various sectors, they will share their learning and how it can be transferred to the challenges facing ocean energy and the engineering sector.

  • Events

    20 February 2020

    Robotics for Offshore Wind

    Registration is now open for Offshore Wind Scotland presents: Robotics. This event will provide insight on the impact of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) to disrupt the offshore wind sector by delivering large cost reductions and safety improvements.

  • Events

    28 January 2020

    Cluster Networking 2020

    Scotland’s Offshore Wind Clusters invite you to make new connections ahead of the Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference in Glasgow.

  • News

    02 December 2019

    £40 million to be invested in Port of Dundee

    Around £40 million will be invested into the Port of Dundee over the next three years in the wake of a major wind farm contract win.

  • News

    21 November 2019

    Offshore wind’s thriving supply chain highlighted

    Businesses working in Scotland’s offshore wind supply chain are highlighted in a new report published today (Nov 20) to mark Offshore Wind Week (Nov 18-22). The document showcases a snapshot of 17 companies which were active in offshore wind in 2018-19, the majority of which are home-grown SMEs.