CIP pursues another slice of Scottish offshore wind

A collaboration between SSE Renewables, Marubeni Corp. and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners will bid on a 10-GW offshore wind project.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) plans to gather more wind to its portfolio, preferably of the Scottish kind.

The green infrastructure manager and SSE Renewables have partnered with Japanese firm Marubeni Corporation to work on a joint bid for the 10-GW ScotWind project in a leasing process managed by Crown Estate Scotland, reports

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