Blow to floating wind farm plan off Caithness coast

The company behind an innovative floating wind farm off the Caithness coast has gone into administration. Dounreay Tri Ltd, which planned to build two 10-megawatt turbines six kilometres from the nuclear plant, has experienced cash flow problems.
 
The company behind an innovative floating wind farm off the Caithness coast has gone into administration. Dounreay Tri Ltd, which planned to build two 10-megawatt turbines six kilometres from the nuclear plant, has experienced cash flow problems. It is believed the company – backed by Swedish investment business Hexicon – hopes to overcome its financial difficulties and continue with its plans.
 

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