Energy news round-up: wind power and floatation energy

In this week's energy news round-up: wind power in Egypt and floatation energy in Scotland & more

Red Sea Wind Energy breaks ground on Gulf of Suez 2 project

Red Sea Wind Energy, together with the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy recently held a ground-breaking ceremony for a new 500MW Build-Own-Operate wind farm near Ras Ghareb in Egypt.

Japan’s TEPCO teams up with Scotland’s Floatation Energy

One of Japan’s biggest companies is teaming up with the Scottish offshore wind developer, Floatation Energy, it has been announced.

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), Japan’s largest electricity utility and one of the largest in the world, has said that Flotation Energy will become part of the TEPCO Group. The move marks the first major venture into offshore wind markets in the UK and overseas by TEPCO, a statement added.

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