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Weekly update, 21st July

24th Jul, 2014

Energy & Business services: Pelamis Wave Power has issued a project update on its Farr Point project off the coast of north Sutherland. The company reports on the results consultation work and survey work in support of its likely application later this year to Marine Scotland for a 10MW array of Pelamis wave devices. Tourism, […]

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Weekly update, 14th July

18th Jul, 2014

Energy & Business services: We welcomed a new business to the area this week, with Aberdeen-based Process Safety Solutions (PSS) opening a new base at the HIE-owned Wick Business Park. The opening was carried out by John Swinney MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth whilst the Scottish Cabinet was in Wick […]

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Weekly update, 7th July

11th Jul, 2014

Energy & Business services: News today (Friday) that Ofgem has approved the need to construct a subsea electricity cable from Caithness to Moray. This £1.2bn project will enable the transmission of electricity from renewables projects in the north. Ofgem had announced a consultation on Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission’s proposals, and submissions were made to the […]

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Weekly update, 30th June

07th Jul, 2014

Energy & Business services: As our discussions on renewables sector investment opportunities into the area continue to firm up, it is good to see evidence of further enabling work taking place in the area. Pelamis Wave Power (PWP) has begun streaming data on wave conditions at its proposed site at Farr Point in north Sutherland. […]

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CNSRP Advisory & Executive Boards – joint statement, June 2014

02nd Jul, 2014

CNSRP Partners welcome skills investments Confidence in the area’s economic future is underpinned by investment in its future workforce – that was the message from members of CNSRP’s Advisory Board in their recent annual joint session with members of the CNSRP Executive Board. Members had heard during their meeting about the range of work going […]

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