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First 400 jobs lined up on Energy Park and other firms showing interest

Originally Published on the 10th May 2013

As Able Marine Energy Park investors will start to demonstrate support for locating their planned UK facilities at the port. The sites unique ability to house a truly integrated offshore wind cluster is recognised by the sectors major players….. See... Continue Reading

Industry Specialists call for Government to kick start the AMEP cluster and spread risk

Originally Published on the 9th May 2013

AMEP will play a vital role in helping the sector reduce costs. A Danish Offshore Wind specialist outlines the advantages of a cluster and calls for UK Government to kick start the AMEP cluster and help Government and Investors to... Continue Reading

Council urges UK Government to support AMEP and create up to 10,000 jobs

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Cllr Liz Redfern of North Lincolnshire Council emphasises the importance of AMEP to the local economy comparing the pending SoS Transport planning decision with the ‘rock kicking moment that identified the regions iron ore’. AMEP can put the region on... Continue Reading

TATA waits on AMEP verdict

Originally Published on the 8th May 2013

TATA Steel highlights the criticality of AMEP to their intentions to supply the offshore wind sector. AMEP is directly linked via rail to the large Scunthorpe steel plant providing an amazing opportunity for them to supply steel into the UK... Continue Reading

ABLE welcomes planned boost for local enterprise partnerships

Originally Published on the 1st September 2012

The Government is today announcing core funding for Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to allow them to drive forward their growth priorities. LEPs are central to the Government’s approach to driving local economic growth and for ensuring that every community is... Continue Reading

European ports gear up for wind as European governments fund infrastructure

Originally Published on the 1st June 2012

Danish windfarm turbine manufacturer, Vestas, and Siemens, the German engineering group, are planning to lease part of Esbjerg port’s new East Port terminal and make it into the world’s largest offshore wind turbine facility. Port Strategy spoke to a representative... Continue Reading

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