Three wind tenders in Scotland at Falk Renewables and Bluefloat Energy

A Falck Renewables e BlueFloat Energy tre gare eoliche in Scozia

Three wind tenders at Falck Renewables and BlueFloat Energy in Scotland. The partnership between the two companies today announced the success of its three bids as part of the Scottwind auction organized by Crown Estate Scotland to award seabed concessions for the development of large-scale offshore wind projects. Two of the projects proposed by the partnership have been provided by Crown Estate Scotland with a proposed site to the east of Caithness, to be developed by a partnership of Falk Renewables, Bluefloat Energy and Orsted.

The three regions can host a total of approximately 3 Gw of oceanic wind capacity with floating technology. The projects could be commissioned by the end of the decade, subject to obtaining authorization and connection to the grid. The winning proposals combine Bluefloat Energy’s knowledge and experience in the development, financing and implementation of floating marine wind projects, combined with Falk Renewables’ strong track record in developing projects and over 15 years of experience in community engagement in Scotland.

A partnership formed by Falck Renewables, BlueFloat Energy and Orsted has begun working on a new plan with cooperative social enterprise Energy4All, a specialist in community ownership, to provide residents of Scotland and Scottish communities with the financial benefits of marine wind power. will allow sharing. Preparing to develop partnership. As part of preparatory work for the development of marine wind projects, a collaboration is planned with Energy Skills Partnership Scotland to train a skilled workforce in time for construction to begin.

Research will also be conducted with the Scottish Association for Marine Science to investigate the potential impacts of floating air evolution on the marine environment. The projects under discussion will investigate how fishing interests can best coexist with sea breeze and will study the interactions of fish, mammals and sea birds with floating wind farms. Falk Renewables stock remains cool in the news, traveling at parity at €8.71 (+0.06%). However, it has gained 16.4 per cent in the last three months. (All rights reserved)

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