Playing a key role in facilitating offshore wind

Matt Beeton, CEO of Port of Tyne

Source: Port of Tyne

The 200-acre Clean Energy Park at the Port of Tyne is playing a key role assisting the installation of offshore wind turbines

The Port of Tyne has signed a contract with Dutch marine engineering company, Van Oord, to provide a storage and foundation marshalling base for RWE’s Sofia Offshore Wind Farm.

The base at the port’s 200-acre Clean Energy Park will be operational from early 2024.

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