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Centres for Offshore Renewable Engineering

Outlines the national offer for investment in offshore renewables. Centres for offshore renewable engineering (COREs) are partnerships between…

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Centres for offshore renewable engineering.

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Outlines the national offer for investment in offshore renewables. Centres for offshore renewable engineering (COREs) are partnerships between Central and Local government and Local Economic Partnerships (LEPs) that ensure businesses looking to invest in manufacturing for the offshore renewables industry receive the most comprehensive support possible. Aims to attract major manufacturers of offshore renewable energy equipment by explaining existing national and local incentives. Highlights the five key locations: Hull and adjacent parts of the East Riding, and South Humber Bank; Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft; Tyneside; Teesside; and Sheerness (see URNs 11/1394 to 11/1398).

Published 29 November 2011