At Moray Offshore Renewables we have a vision that we want to invite you to share.
We believe that by marrying the proven technology of onshore wind generation with Scotland's expertise in working in the deep and challenging waters of the North Sea, we can create a secure, plentiful supply of low-carbon electricity; enough to meet the need of almost half of Scotland's households, without burning any coal or gas; and without creating radioactive waste.
Moray Offshore Renewables Consults on New Offshore Wind Development
Edinburgh 6 June 2016. Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd (MORL) has announced intention to open consultation on the development of offshore wind on the remainder of its zone in the Outer Moray Firth.
In 2010, The Crown Estate awarded MORL development rights for offshore wind development in Zone 1 (Moray Firth). MORL split the site into an Eastern and Western Development Area, and developed proposals for the Eastern Development area first, receiving consent from the Scottish Government for 1,116MW in 2014. This represents the average electricity needs of over 700 000 households.
MORL today announced that it will open consultation on proposals to develop the Western Development area in June. For further details click here
Supply Chain Engagement
As part of Moray Offshore Renewables’ ongoing commitment to the development of opportunities for Scottish and UK supply chain as part of the deployment of offshore wind generation infrastructure in the outer Moray Firth, we are inviting companies with an interest in this project to record their details with us using this Supply Chain Registration Form