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Dundee renewables firm partners with local college to deliver wind turbine training

D&A College will offer the Global Wind Organisations (GWO) basic technical training course which has been designed to greatly increase the number of skilled technicians around the world.

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With the growing concern of COVID-19 and measures that organisations are taking to minimise and contain the spread, we have decided to postpone the Offshore Wind Market Newbies event next Wednesday.

We hope to rearrange in the not-too-distant future.

Apologies for causing any inconvenience.

Kindest regards,

Sweco and Forth & Tay Offshore

Offshore Wind Market Newbies Event

Sweco in association with Forth & Tay Offshore invites you to a networking event to meet organisations new (and not-so-new) to the offshore wind supply chain. This is a great opportunity to meet developers and network with future potential partners!

Dynamic fall arrest system for offshore technician transfers

The Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) and the G+ Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation, and their offshore wind farm developer partners (the Challengers) are seeking a dynamic fall arrest system that understands the difference between a fall and normal movement from wave action. The winning business(es) in this competition will be given a commercial opportunity to deliver their solution to the, and receive support from the KTN, ORE Catapult and the wider InnovateUK network.

Please click here for more information.

Construction of Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm project to go ahead following financial agreements.

Forth & Tay Offshore would like to take this opportunity to congratulate EDF and the NNG team for reaching a Financial Investment Decision on the project. NNG, combined with the first phase SSE Seagreen project, will see around 1.5GW of offshore wind capacity deployed in the Forth and Tay estuaries by 2023 marking the region’s emergence as one of the key offshore wind clusters in the UK – this level of regional deployment will likely outstrip construction in the whole of North America across the corresponding period.