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SOWEC and SIM reaction to FLOWMIS announcement

Published: 01/01/0001

Today the UK Government announced the next phase of its Floating Offshore Wind Manufacturing Investment Scheme (FLOWMIS).

Port of Cromarty Firth in Scotland and Port Talbot in Wales have moved to the primary list phase of FLOWMIS. FLOWMIS provides funding to support UK efforts to build out critical port infrastructure that will enable the delivery of floating offshore wind.

Further details about FLOWMIS can be found here:

Commenting on the FLOWMIS announcement, Gillian Morrison, Chair of the SIM Working Group said: "Our congratulations go to the two ports for being selected. We will continue to work closely with the team at the Port of Cromarty Firth to see how the SIM can support the FLOWMIS primary listing and help accelerate infrastructure works at the port. We also remain committed to working with a suite of projects from Scottish ports and the supply chain using the strength of collaboration to drive projects forward."

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