Gaoh Energy Ltd, the Lowestoft-based windpower and renewables energy specialist, has landed its first major contract since being launched last November.


Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd – a joint venture company owned by EDP Renewables and Repsol – awarded the historic contract to Gaoh to install the first permanent offshore infrastructure enabling the development of offshore wind energy in the outer Moray Firth.

The groundbreaking ‘first steel in the sea’ meteorological mast deal is understood to be worth multi-millions. It also gives the company a significant foothold in Round 3 of the UK’s planned offshore windfarm developments, which will have such an impact on the East of England over the coming decade.

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