Vattenfall and Fred. Olsen Renewables JV confirms ScotWind bid submission

  • Collaboration set to capitalise on Scottish experience and realise the true potential of ScotWind tender
  • Companies focussed on collaboration to achieve maximum value for the Scottish supply chain and the economy

Fred. Olsen Renewables (a wholly owned subsidiary of Bonheur ASA), and Vattenfall have today (Friday 16th July) confirmed that they have submitted their bids for the ScotWind leasing round.

Fred. Olsen Renewables (a wholly owned subsidiary of Bonheur ASA), and Vattenfall have today (Friday 16th July) confirmed that they have submitted their bids for the ScotWind leasing round.

The two companies are confident that their bids will capitalise on their extensive Scottish experience, achieve maximum value for the Scottish economy and create a sustainable offshore wind supply chain in Scotland.

Carolyn Heeps, Head of Offshore Wind at Fred. Olsen Renewables, commented:

“We are really pleased to submit our bid ScotWind. Our tender is the result of many months of hard work and stakeholder engagement, focusing on ensuring that Scotland can genuinely benefit by delivering jobs, creating demand for Scottish suppliers and creating opportunities for local communities and economies.”

Danielle Lane, UK Country Manager at Vattenfall, commented:

“Our bid, in partnership with Fred. Olsen Renewables, will bring to the fore our experience in delivering innovative, low cost renewable energy projects. These are the next generation projects that will power Scotland's net zero ambition, and it's vitally important that the Scottish economy and consumers benefit from their delivery.”

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