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forewind

(ˈfɔːˌwɪnd)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a favourable wind
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The team advised Forewind on the consents for a number of offshore wind farms in the North Sea.
Since leaving ministerial office he has undertaken a wide range of roles, including as president of the British Institute of Energy g Economics, chairman of the Forewind Consortium from 2013-2015, and commissioner of the UK Pavilion at the Future Energy g Expo in Kazakhstan 2017.
New Jobs: Chairman of offshore wind firm Forewind; adviser to electricity grid firm Atlantic Superconnection; adviser to oil trading and energy giant Vitol.
The project, by Forewind, a consortium of four leading international energy companies was divided into two separate applications, Dogger Bank Teesside A & B and Dogger Bank Teesside C & D.
The development by the Forewind consortium of SSE, RWE, Statkraft and Statoil would have an onshore element in Redcar and Cleveland, near Middlesbrough.
Forewind said the Teesside A and B projects could create 4,750 direct and indirect jobs, generating [pounds sterling]1.5 billion for the UK economy.
Statoil and Statkraft, together with RWE and SSE, are also partners in the Forewind consortium.
after it, as part of the Forewind consortium, was named the successful bidder for the largest zone in the third licence round for UK offshore wind farms, Dogger Bank.
Old job: Energy Minister New Jobs: Chairman of offshore wind firm Forewind; adviser to electricity grid firm Atlantic Superconnection; adviser to oil trading and energy giant Vitol.
The scheme, which is being developed by consortium Forewind, forms part of a 2.4 gigawatt development, which is the world's biggest planned offshore wind scheme.