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Think Scotland, think strong winds. Through the THISTLE WIND PARTNERS consortium, Aspiravi is developing and realising two offshore wind farms together with DEME and QAIR. As such, we are keeping the energy flowing off the coast of Scotland too.

Wind power off the coast of Scotland

Through our Scottish franchise, we are developing projects in two zones, each delivering a total of 1,008 MW. In the first zone of 187 km², we are building wind turbines with solid foundations. A second zone covering 201 km² will see us build wind turbines with floating foundations.

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