Green energy supplier Red Rock Power has made a key appointment to its Inch Cape offshore wind project as it pushes ahead with development. The Edinburgh-headquartered business, which focuses on renewable and sustainable energy developments in the UK and Europe, has named Adam Ezzamel as project director of the proposed wind farm, located off the Angus coastline in the North Sea.
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The boss of energy firm Red Rock Power Limited said it the firm is still committed to making the Inch Cape windfarm off the coast of Angus a reality. The offshore project wasn’t successful in September’s Contracts for Difference energy auction, which sets the price the Government will pay for power. Despite the setback, Red Rock chief executive Guy Madgwick said the firm was fully behind the project, which has consent for 72 turbines located 15 kilometres from Arbroath. He said: “Inch Cape is a strong, viable proposition and we are committed to completing the windfarm.”
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