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A wealth of opportunities

A major infrastructure development like Seagreen brings with it a wealth of opportunity for businesses of all sizes across a wide range of disciplines.

As responsible developers, our aim is to utilise as many local, Scottish and UK based suppliers where reasonably possible during all stages of the development.

Significant supply chain opportunities exist throughout the ongoing construction phase and will continue throughout the long-term operational phase which is typically for 25 years.

 

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Supply chain

Potential suppliers

If you would like to register your interest as a potential supplier to Seagreen Wind Energy Ltd and its contractors, please click below:

Supply chain events

At the beginning of November SSE Renewables welcomed members of the Scottish and wider UK supply chain to its Meet the Buyer events in Inverness, Aberdeen and Dundee.

 

The events were a chance for companies to meet with SSE Renewables and some of the Tier 1 contractors to discuss contract opportunities available on SSE Renewables’ Seagreen offshore wind farm.

You can view the presentations from these events here.

Seagreen has also supported other supply chain networking events across the UK and will continue to do so.

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*1.62 million homes powered per annum based on Typical Domestic Consumption Values (Medium Electricity Profile Class 1, 2,900kWh per household; OFGEM, January 2020), typical 50% wind load factor, and projected installed capacity of up to 1.1GW. Two-thirds of homes in Scotland based on Household Estimates Scotland 2019 (National Records of Scotland, June 2020). Quoted 2.23m t/CO2 reductions per annum based on expected annual output against average 446 t/CO2 per GWh (BEIS Digest of UK Energy Statistics, July 2020). Quoted removal of cars based on projected annual carbon abated and calculated against recorded average of 5.89m t/CO2 by cars on roads in Scotland in 2017 (Carbon Account for Transport 2019, Transport Scotland).

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