Clashindarroch wind energy project
Clashindarroch is an onshore project situated in Clashindarroch Forest near Huntly in Aberdeenshire. The forest is managed by Forestry Commission Scotland and is one of the largest woodland blocks in the north east.
Aberdeenshire Council granted planning permission for the 18 turbine wind farm on 14 December 2010. Vattenfall will now start planning a forward programme for the development of the wind farm.
Vattenfall will continue to work closely with the local community and when built, Clashindarroch will enable continued delivery of forest management whilst also harnessing the area’s wind resource to produce clean, green electricity.
Local supply chain opportunities in Clashindarroch
We are currently in the early stages of the tendering process for the construction stage of the project and are looking to engage with local businesses and companies who might be interested in tendering for future contracts during this phase of the project.
Vattenfall is committed to engaging with local companies throughout the project to ensure that our approach to project procurement and investments supports local businesses to enter and prosper in the renewable energy and green jobs sector.
We are hosting an local supply chain event to give you a chance to discover the opportunities available to you through this and other onshore wind energy projects. At the event you will have the opportunity to meet the Vattenfall project team and primary contractors and discuss directly with us the tendering criteria and requirements to compete for contracts. Support organisations will also be in attendance, who can provide advice and guidance to your business.
To find out more about the opportunities that are available:
Supply Chain info pack (PDF 2 MB)
Vattenfall Local Supply Chain Event,
October 17th 2012, 09:30 – 15:30.
Please register your interest at:
Once you register your interest you will receive more information from the project team.