'Heart of the UK's green industrial revolution': SeAH unveils plan for Teesside wind turbine component plant

Cecilia Keating
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CGI illustration of the £90m South Bank Quay plan announced by the Tees Valley Mayor
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CGI illustration of the £90m South Bank Quay plan announced by the Tees Valley Mayor

Plant would generate up to 2,225 jobs and produce more monopiles for offshore wind than any other facility in the world

A subsidiary of South Korea's pipe manufacturer SeAH Steel has confirmed it plans to build a monopile factory in Teesside that it claims would be the largest facility of its type in the world. Industrial...

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