The joint owners of the NnG windfarm, EDF Renewables and ESB, have unveiled four events for businesses interested in being part of the supply for the £1.8 billion project.
The NnG is located 15.5 km off the Fife coast and covers an area of approximately 105 km2.
The project team and Tier 1 contractors will outline how more local companies can help support the successful delivery of the windfarm.
Attendees will receive a comprehensive overview of the scope of work to be delivered throughout the project’s construction and highlight potential opportunities available to the local supply chain.
The site owners have already confirmed that all 54 of NnG’s turbines will be assembled at the Port of Dundee while Fife engineering firm, BiFab will manufacture at least eight of the foundation jackets.
Matthias Haag, NnG project director, said: “We are confident that the local supply chain can play a huge role in helping to deliver NnG.
“I am encouraging as many businesses as possible to come along to these supply chain events in March.”
Businesses can register for the events, which will take place in Dundee on March 4, North Queensferry on March 3, Aberdeen on March 5 and Musselburgh on March 2, on the NnG offshore wind website.
NnG has a capacity of around 450 megawatts of low carbon energy and will offset over 400,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions each year.