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UK Company to Provide Refurbishment Services to Ørsted’s Wind Turbine Ops

World’s leading offshore wind developer Ørsted has signed a collaborative agreement with UK-based Renewable Parts for parts refurbishment services for its offshore wind turbine operations.


Initially focused on Ørsted’s UK operations, Renewable Parts will work with Ørsted to increase the volume of parts reused within offshore operations, developing technology that could increase sustainability and reduce the carbon footprint of the supply chain.

“The scale of Ørsted’s operation will allow greater investment in the development of remanufactured solutions that reduce waste and carbon footprint. Achieving Net-Zero is a commitment for all organisations and wind power is one of the greenest energy sources to achieving that goal. However, it’s vital we ensure our supply chain is as green as the energy it supports”, said James Barry, Chief Executive of Renewable Parts.

This agreement further strengthens Renewable Parts’ ongoing investment in circular economy technology for the wind industry, said Ørsted, bringing new jobs and skills to its manufacturing base in Lochgilphead on the west coast of Scotland.

In August last year, Ørsted set expectations for all its suppliers to use 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2025.

The company set a target to become carbon-neutral in its own energy generation and operations by 2025 and achieve a carbon-neutral footprint by 2040.

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With 13 operational offshore wind farms in the UK waters, Ørsted’s current installed capacity in the country is 6.2 GW, including the current world’s largest Hornsea 2, which is capable of powering more than 1.4 million homes.

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