'Buy Scottish': Plan for UK's largest offshore wind tower factory wins £110m backing

Cecilia Keating
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A computer generated image of the Nigg factory | Credit: BEIS
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A computer generated image of the Nigg factory | Credit: BEIS

Backers of the factory in Port of Nigg snap up funding from range of private and public backers, including both UK and Scottish Governments

Plans to build the UK's largest offshore wind tower factory received a major boost today, after the UK government, the Scottish Government and private investors announced they had mobilised £110m for the...

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