Global Energy Group complete their first Onshore Wind storage and Marshalling project at the Port of Nigg
Global Energy Group complete their first Onshore Wind storage and Marshalling project for Siemens Gamesa for the SSE Renewables, Gordonbush wind farm extension project in Brora. Global Energy Group and the Port of Nigg were selected for the Storage and Marshalling contract by Siemens Gamesa for the Gordonbush Onshore wind Farm due to their successful track record on the delivery of wind components, their strategic location and skills and expertise of the their onsite logistics teams.
SSE Renewables and Total have announced that Global Energy Group’s (GEG) Port of Nigg near Inverness, Scotland, has been selected as the marshalling, storage and logistics base for 114 wind turbine foundation structures destined for the 1,075 MW Seagreen Offshore Windfarm being constructed in Scotland’s Firth of Forth.
Huge Boost from HIE to the support the development of additional quayside at the Port of Nigg.
Regional development agency, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), has approved investment of up to £8.3m in Scottish Government funding for an £18.9m project to develop the East Quay at our Port of Nigg facility to support increasing demands.
GEG and Rosetti Marino form strategic partnership to execute large scale renewable energy and energy transition EPC and EPCI contracts in the UK.
In joining forces, the agreement provides Group with an increased competitive edge as well as adding a broader range of resources for customers in the UK.
Global Energy Group are delighted to welcome Tim Cornelius as Group Chief Executive.
Global Energy Group announce the upcoming appointment of Tim Cornelius in the role of Group Chief Executive.