Developers behind a major offshore wind farm project in the Moray Firth have taken another step towards delivering the first power to homes. A rig has been booked to carry out checks on the export cable route for the Moray East wind farm, which will be capable of powering 950,000 houses. Moray Offshore Wind farm East, the joint venture spearheading the project, has said the 100 turbine development would create nearly 2,000 jobs. It has hired Dutch geological survey firm Fugro to manage the onshore and offshore drilling phase of site investigation works.
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