- Published: 06 November 2020 06 November 2020
Port of Tyne has launched a new green energy park for the north east region, Tyne Clean Energy Park. Located on 4 sites, the Port of Tyne is one of only two deep sea ports in the north east region of the UK.
Offering sites and berths to accommodate deep drafted vessels with no beam restriction, Port and Tyne Clean Energy Park users will benefit from unrestricted, lock free access to berths with 13.0m of depth alongside. The Port is open 24/7, 365 days a year, during all tide states.
Earlier in 2020 the Port was selected as Equinor’s operations and maintenance base for the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm. The new Tyne Clean Energy Park will provide an infrastructure catering for all renewable energy production needs, with a total of 200 acres of land soon to become available within the park’s perimeters.