TotalEnergies partakes in ScotWind with 2GW project

As part of a consortium with Macquarie's Green Investment Group and Scottish developer RIGD, TotalEnergies has bid in the ScotWind tender with a project of 2GW.

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There is great interest in participating in a forthcoming tender round for offshore wind energy in Scotland, the so-called ScotWind auction.

Wednesday, oil and gas supermajor TotalEnergies announces it will partake in the upcoming ScotWind round held by the Crown Estate Scotland through a consortium with Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG) and Scottish developer RIGD.

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