CIP prepares reports for Scottish floating wind project

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners begins compiling environmental and geological reports for a floating offshore wind project rated up to 100 MW in Scottish waters.

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The Danish fund company takes the lead in a new company vying to develop up to 100 MW of floating wind offshore in Scottish waters.

Here, geological and environmental impact assessments are about to begin with companies MMT and Sep Hydrographic hired to carry out the work, report several international media.

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