CIP consortium bids on backbone of Scotland's offshore wind

A consortium comprised of Danish CIP, Scottish SSE Renewables and Japanese Marubeni has made bids on floating wind project ScotWind of 10GW, while Germany's RWE is also bidding on the licenses.

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Bids on the long-awaited licenses for ScotWind, the first Scottish offshore wind licenses in a decade, are now being announced after the tender's closure on Friday.

Among others, Denmark's Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and local power company SSE Renewables as well as Japanese conglomerate Marubeni have submitted their bids on ScotWind, report several Scottish general and sector media.

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