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1 November 2018 Authorities, Business & Finance

The Crown Estate has invited registration for a second market engagement event for a potential new offshore wind leasing round in the UK on Monday 26 November 2018.

10 January 2018 Authorities, R&D

Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is conducting a study on behalf of Crown Estate Scotland on potential economic benefits of more floating wind projects in Scotland.

19 June 2019 Business & Finance

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27 July 2018 Authorities, Grid Connection

A new seabed leasing round in the UK could see a release of circa 6GW of offshore wind rights, the UK’s seabed manager, The Crown Estate, said during recent industry and stakeholder engagement sessions in London.

26 June 2014 Authorities, Business & Finance

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28 February 2017 Authorities, Business & Finance, Contracts & Tenders, Grid Connection, R&D

The Crown Estate has awarded the legal mandate to advise its Energy, Minerals and Infrastructure businesses to Hogan Lovells International LLP and Bond Dickinson LLP.

28 August 2017 Authorities

Crown Estate Scotland now has spatial data relating to the organisation’s offshore assets freely available on their website for the first time.

29 November 2018 Authorities, Contracts & Tenders

Crown Estate Scotland has published an update on proposals for new offshore wind leasing in Scotland’s waters which could start in April 2019 at the earliest.

7 November 2017 Authorities

Same as Crown Estate Scotland, the Crown Estate responsible for managing the seabed around England, Wales and Northern Ireland announced today (7 November) it will consider new leasing for offshore wind projects.

26 May 2010 Business & Finance, Wind Farm Update

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14 December 2012 Authorities, Grid Connection

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10 August 2015 Authorities, Wind Farm Update

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18 October 2018 Authorities, Contracts & Tenders

The UK offshore wind leasing Round 4 could be launched in the early part of 2019, maintaining a pipeline of projects through to the late 2020s and beyond, according to The Crown Estate, the UK seabed manager.