TotalEnergies, which is still heavily dependent on fossil fuels, is still trying to re-orient its activity. She is coming to announce her participation in an offshore wind project along the Scottish coast. “TotalEnergies, a consortium formed by Green Investment Group, a subsidiary of the Macquarie Group, and Scottish developer RIDG, have announced the filing of a proposal for an ocean wind project in an area west of the Orkney Islands project, known as the ‘West Dubbed the ‘Orkney Windfarm’ it has a capacity of 2 GW to supply electricity to over two million homes and is currently assessed by the ‘Crown Estate’ of Scotland as part of the ‘Scotwind’ concession award cycle He is going. informed the company in a press release.
“Scotland is a leader in renewable electricity development”, Remembered Edward Northam, director of GIG Europe. “Today, with projects to be delivered through Scottwind, we believe it can play a role in the demonstration for a large-scale energy transition involving the entire economy.”
Accustomed to offshore oil exploitation, TotalEnergies seeks to provide its technical expertise in this area. “Our participation in the call for tenders is an example of our commitment to support Scotland’s energy transition towards its Net Zero target by 2045. If successful, this project will contribute to our goal of reaching 100 GW capacity. production from renewable sources by 2030″, Julian Pougat also specified, renewable director total energy.
Intensive impact studies on establishment outcomes, particularly for local flora and fauna, have already been carried out by the consortium. If selected, this project will be able to generate electricity from 2029.
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