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Gamesa has advanced its strategy to make the UK the core of its worldwide offshore wind business by proposing to set up its marine wind technology centre in Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow has been identified as the preferred location for the facility, subject to final agreements on financing. This could see the creation of 130 jobs.

The company also is developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Scottish Enterprise, Dundee City Council and Forth Ports plc to advance a further potential development in Dundee around manufacturing, logistics and operations and maintenance (O&M) activities in the Scottish port, which remains conditional upon the development of offshore wind power projects in the area and the availability of sites for prototype offshore wind turbine generators. If implemented successfully, Gamesa's offshore plan could represent an investment of 50 million euro in Scotland and create 300 direct jobs in the country. In addition Gamesa’s offshore wind strategy for the UK includes construction of a blade production plant (location, under study) and engaging in offshore logistics from a number of UK ports, around which it will locate its wind turbine O&M operations. Gamesa's offshore wind business headquarters will be based in London, from where it will engage in sales, project development, finance and management activities.
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