FLOWMIS funding not fully addressed, says BPA


Ports need more time, information and funding if the UK is to realise its full offshore energy potential

Offshore wind turbines

Source: BPA

More funding is needed for ports to fully realise offshore wind ambitions, says the BPA

The British Ports Association warns that more funding will be needed if the UK is to meet its offshore energy aspirations.

In response to industry feedback, the government has confirmed it will reprofile the Floating Offshore Wind Manufacturing Investment Scheme (FLOWMIS) budget. £70m will now be available in 2024/25 and £90m will be available in 2025/26.

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