The project is now not able to be generating before expiry of the ROC in end-September 2018 and is therefore on hold.The developers along with Renewable UK, ORE Catapult, Kincardine Offshore Wind and Hexicon have applied for an extension to the ROC deadline.2B Energy provided a Letter of Intent to Bi Fab for two lattice jacket structures.Approval will be required for the project to proceed to financial close.Forthwind Ltd submitted a Habitats Regulations Appraisal (HRA) Addendum, in the context of ornithology, to Scottish Ministers as further information to supplement the Environmental Statement.The report detailed plans for a second phase of the array for the first time, which would take the total zone up to nine turbines with a rated capacity of up to 65MW.The first two of the nine turbines are included in the application, despite being part of an earlier development consent application submitted to the Scottish government in July 2015, in order to cater for an extension in the turbines' operational life from 20 to 40 years.
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On Monday, all but one employment agency with staff at the yard pulled its workers out amid claims there was no money to pay wages.
One disgruntled worker at the Methil yard claimed: “Seaway Heavy Lifting has only paid 20% of the job so far when it’s 70-odd % complete.