COP opens floating wind competence center in Scotland


Copenhagen Offshore Partners (COP) has opened an office in Edinburgh, Scotland, which will serve as the global floating offshore wind competence center.

The first new staff members in the office have already started to recruit on an ongoing basis.

With Scotland’s strong oil & gas and marine heritage, history of innovation and leading status and potential in floating offshore wind, Edinburgh is the ideal place for COP to launch the growth of our floating wind ambitions.

Richard Copeland, technical development director based in the new Edinburgh office

COP is actively developing offshore wind power projects in Scottish waters and looks forward to working with government, local suppliers and local communities to resume Scotland’s success story on renewable energy.

Nedim Husomanovic

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