Shell reveals participation in Scottish floating wind tender

Alongside Scottishpower, the oil company plans to bid in three coming Scotwind licensing rounds for floating offshore wind.

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Shell wants to play a larger role in the floating wind market and now announces its intention to bid in a partnership with Scottishpower in the coming Scotwind licensing round, reports Renews.

The partnership has already submitted several proposals to Crown Estate Scotland, which oversees the tender.

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