Study to Look at Potential Economic Benefits of Floating Wind Projects in Scotland

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Crown Estate Scotland-led study follows the world’s first floating wind farm, Hywind Scotland.

Official Press Release Crown Estate Scotland:

Study to look at jobs and supply chain growth from floating wind farms

The potential economic benefits of more floating wind projects in Scotland is to be examined by a Crown Estate Scotland-led study. The work by Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult may help pave the way for UK Government to make new policy decisions to support industry growth.

It follows the world’s first floating wind farm, Hywind Scotland, located off the north-east of Scotland, starting to produce energy in October 2017. The floating wind industry is currently at an early stage of development – but may have significant potential for Scottish companies. There are currently a further three test and demonstration scale projects with planning consent and seabed rights from Crown Estate Scotland, the public body that manages seabed leasing and passes revenue... ... More: Official Press Release Crown Estate Scotland

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