Aker consortium wins UK grant for blade recycling

Aker Offshore Wind and its British partners have secured UK public funding for developing a pilot project meant to become the country's first wind turbine blade recycling facility.

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A consortium consisting of Aker Offhshore Wind, Composites UK and University of Strathclyde researchers have received a grant of GBP 2m from the British government, Aker Offshore Wind informs in a notice to the Oslo stock exchange.

The project will run over a period of three years during which the partners plan to develop a commercially viable solution for ensuring "a more sustainable future for the global wind industry".

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