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SSE Renewables, along with partners Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have announced their ScotWind partnership will establish a £10 million education, research and community benefit fund should its ScotWind bids be successful.
 
The fund would be used to support research into enabling initiatives to aid consenting processes and help unlock the potential of Scotland’s offshore wind sector; to promote STEM learning and apprenticeships to help inspire and train the skilled people needed to deliver projects; and to directly support social, wellbeing and environmental projects that benefit local communities. The detailed mechanics regarding deployment and management of the £10 million education, research and community benefit fund will be set out by the SSE Renewables-Marubeni-CIP consortium should the partnership be successful in the upcoming results of the Crown Estate Scotland leasing process in January 2022.
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