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ScottishPower Renewables - East Anglia Hub: Webinar Replay available

Forth and Tay Offshore invites its members and supply chain companies to listen again to the virtual East Anglia Hub wind farm project update with ScottishPower Renewables.

ScottishPower Renewables is proposing to construct its future offshore windfarms, East Anglia THREE, East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North, as a new ‘East Anglia Hub’.

In the event that full consents are achieved in 2021, for East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North, the EA Hub concept will increase efficiencies and could deliver multiple and wide-reaching benefits such as reduced construction timescales, sustained contracting opportunities for the supply chain and a reduction in the cost of renewable energy.

The East Anglia Hub would comprise between up to 263 next generation turbines in the southern North Sea generating up to 3.1GW. The offshore and onshore layout of the East Anglia THREE, East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North projects would remain as originally planned.



  • Opportunities to engage - Offshore Wind Growth Partnership
  • Winning business - Open4Business
  • East Anglia Hub project update - ScottishPower Renewables
    Ross Ovens - East Anglia Hub Project Director
    Victoria Sinclair - Senior Supply Chain Strategy Manager
    Julio De La Jara - Offshore Wind Supply Chain Manager
  • Q&A

Free Business Mentoring for Scottish Companies

Businesses are being invited to apply for the second round of FREE mentoring from Scottish Business Cares.

Each participant will get a total of seven hours of mentoring from a business leader with knowledge and experience relevant to their specific situation. Mentors are drawn from a variety of industries including entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.

The mentoring programme will initially take on 50 SMEs who have previously participated in SBRC’s webinars and grow based on demand and funding availability.

All mentors have previous economic crisis experience gained during the 2008 financial crash, as well as a strong track record of business growth and success.

They have also agreed to use their extensive networks to enable introductions that will benefit mentees.

For more information on the 1-2-1 mentoring programme, visit the Scottish Business Resilience Centre website or email sbcinfo@sbrcentre.co.uk

2020 Funding Competitions

The Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) has issued its next two calls, offering up to £600,000 funding for projects that aim to encourage more businesses into the offshore wind supply chain by helping to overcome barriers to diversification, and for UK companies already working in the offshore wind sector to grow their market share through increased competitiveness and development of new products or services.

EDF Renewables to provide virtual Neart Na Gaoithe update on 16th July

Forth and Tay Offshore invites members and supply chain companies to join a virtual Neart Na Gaoithe project update on Thursday 16th July at 14:00 with EDF Renewables.

Located off the east coast of Scotland, the 450MW Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm project is led by joint owners and developers EDF Renewables UK and ESB.

During this webinar, you will hear directly from the NNG project team on their progress and ambitions, plus insights from the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council and Offshore Wind Growth Partnership on their national efforts to support the delivery of this growth industry and maximise supply chain opportunities for Scotland

Register now


  • Skills for Scotland - Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council
  • Opportunities to engage - Offshore Wind Growth Partnership
  • Neart Na Gaoithe project update - EDF Renewables
  • Q&A

Neart Na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm

Forth and Tay Offshore - ScotWind Webinar with Crown Estate Scotland

Join Forth and Tay Offshore who are joining forces with Crown Estate Scotland to provide a Supply Chain insights for the recently announced ScotWind leasing.