ScotWind Bidder Floating Energy Allyance Commits to Local Manufacture of Turbine Foundations
13 September 2021
Proposals for a floating offshore wind farm could create 3,900 jobs in Scotland at the peak of manufacturing and construction, if successful in a leasing round for the rights to develop new offshore wind projects in Scottish waters.
The figures have been published by Floating Energy Allyance (FEA), a partnership including BayWa
r.e., a global renewable energy business with a strong Scottish presence, Elicio, an experienced
Belgian offshore wind developer, owner and operator, and floating wind technology developer BW
The group is one of a number of bidders in the ScotWind leasing round run by Crown Estate Scotland,
which closed on 16th July, and is committed to manufacturing the project’s floating concrete
foundations at a port location in Scotland.
Find out more? Read the full article on the Floating Energy Allyance website.
FEA has three partners: renewable energy companies Elicio and BayWa r.e.; and floating wind technology developer BWIdeol. Visit us at the Floating Offshore Wind conference in Aberdeen, from 15-16 September 2021. Booth n°16.