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New agreement for the ‘Auld Alliance’
Talented workforce attracts next generation technology firm to Scotland’s capital
£376,000 funding committed from Scotland’s enterprise agencies and delivered by BE-ST
The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the new signatories of the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council (SOWEC) Collaborative Framework Charter at the All Energy Conference and Exhibition in Glasgow today (11 May.)
24 organisations, representing almost 25GW of ScotWind projects with an estimated value of £1.5bn per GW have agreed to work together in the development and delivery of the Collaborative Framework. These and other signatories are also responsible for a further 6.7GW of other Scottish projects either in construction or under development.
Values-driven approach to attracting global projects paying off
World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) arrives in Edinburgh
Trade on the menu for Scottish firms
Scottish Enterprise (SE) and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) have teamed up to help around 50 Scottish companies calculate the carbon savings of their innovative new products and services – so that they can meet the growing requirement to accurately forecast their environmental impact.
Edinburgh-based renewable energy firm, Locogen, is leveraging the Scottish Enterprise Green Jobs Call, part of the Scottish Government’s Green Jobs Fund, to help create high-quality roles, working on the company’s innovative Green Energy Hubs project.
Investment of almost £200m over the next decade has already been given the go-ahead as part of the Tay Cities Region Deal.
A new fund to help develop the emerging CO2 utilisation technology has been launched.
Trade opportunities for Scottish firms ‘Across the Pond’