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Naval Energies has joined the DeepWind offshore wind cluster as part of its strategy to offer floating wind technology into the Scottish market for the ScotWind leasing round recently announced by the Scottish Government.
Scotland is aiming to be carbon neutral by 2045, with offshore wind as a key ingredient in its energy mix. To support this ambition the DeepWind cluster has been created with the main objective of developing an offshore wind energy supply chain. Created in April 2019, it brings together more than 340 members from industry, academia and the public sector.
DeepWind is one of the eight clusters formed as part of the Offshore Wind Sector Deal, which itself is part of the UK’s Industrial Strategy. The DeepWind Cluster is currently being managed by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, in partnership with Scottish Enterprise.
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