Triton Knoll is looking for local businesses to help them build and construct a wind farm off the Lincolnshire coast.
Services such as hedgerow clearance, ground and surfacing services, hauliers, catering and office supplies, security, accommodation and local labour are among the top requirements for the project.
Generated power will come ashore near Anderby Creek and be cabled underground through to a new substation at Bicker Fen.
Innogy, one of Europe’s leading renewables businesses, is working with the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub, to promote opportunities for businesses based in Lincolnshire.
The project team is hosting a “meet the contractor” event at the end of January, which will highlight potential opportunities for supply and employment within the project.
The event will take place at Boston College on Wednesday, January 31, where businesses will have the opportunity to hear more about the project and receive an introduction from the contractors.
With both J Murphy & Sons and Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd already appointed as part of the construction project, each contractor will be providing a shopping list for local services that will be required for the completion of the scheme.
Any firm which believes it could play a role in the development has been urged to register its interest.
A full list of services required is available on the Business Lincolnshire website.
For more information on this event and to book your place on the day, click or tap here.