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Simply Blue, Subsea 7 team up on 200MW floating wind project off Scottish coast

Power Technology:

Luxembourg-based subsea engineering company Subsea 7 has entered a joint venture with Irish marine developer Simply Blue Energy to develop a floating wind farm. Located off the north-east coast of Scotland, the 200MW Salamander wind farm concept is a pre-commercial project.

Simply Blue Energy will offer its experience in floating wind developments in the Celtic Sea, while Subsea 7 will provide its expertise in delivering offshore energy projects in Scotland.

Subsea 7 CEO John Evans said: “Subsea 7 believes that floating wind has an important role to play in the energy transition and a low carbon future.  We look forward to working with Simply Blue Energy on this exciting project.”

In January, Shell acquired a majority stake in Simply Blue Energy’s joint venture, Kinsale. The company signed an agreement with Simply Blue Energy to acquire a 51% stake in Kinsale. The joint venture company develops the Emerald Project, a floating offshore wind farm in the Celtic Sea off the coast of Ireland.

The Emerald Project will be developed near Kinsale gas fields. It will use advanced renewable floating wind-powered generators to initially generate 300MW.

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