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Quoceant Help Shine Spotlight on Scottish Supply Chain

Quoceant will join others from across the Scottish renewables' supply chain this evening as Scottish Renewables celebrate the launch of their Supply chain Impact Statement 2023/24.

The report brings together a snapshot of businesses working in Scotland’s renewable energy industry, demonstrating the breadth of talent currently evolving to support this rapidly-expanding sector. Quoceant's work is showcased with a case study of our work on the Moray West Offshore Wind farm for Ocean Winds. Speaking in the report, Jon Benzie, Co-Founder of Quoceant said:

"Our work with Ocean Winds, and others, demonstrates our ability to provide the innovative analysis, design and engineering required to deliver world leading projects. Quoceant is proud to be part of the Scottish Supply Chain as it pushes the frontiers of offshore renewable energy."

The video above (courtsey of Global Energy/Ocean Winds), shows transition pieces being loaded out at the Port of Nigg as part of the Moray West offshore wind farm construction. Read more about Quoceant's work on this project, including the design of the covers for the transition piece (TP) sub-structures, here: Quoceant Help Ocean Winds Design the Latest Generation of Offshore Wind Farms.

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