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The development, construction and long term operation of Galloper represents a positive boost to the UK economy. The project has generated benefits for contractors, the supply chain and related businesses and it created around 700 jobs during construction. Now into its operations and maintenance phase, the main job opportunities will lie within the construction of the new base at Harwich International Port, with our suppliers and contractors and within the operations and maintenance team itself.
Galloper construction is now complete but companies that would like to in register their interest to be involved with the wind farm during its operations and maintenance phase are welcome to input their details to the innogy SE (formerly RWE) procurement portal. Those interested in working on other innogy projects can also register here for procurement opportunities.
Ground-breaking marks start of O&M base constructionRead more
Ship’s bell recovered at Galloper offshore site returns to its Sunderland homeRead more
Galloper Offshore Wind Farm officially inaugurated todayRead more
Wind farm base approval heralds £10 million Harwich investmentRead more
Galloper Offshore Wind Farm awards three Harwich community groups a total of £7,500Read more
Renewable energy boost for UK as Galloper hits full throttleRead more
Galloper brings £50,000 windfall for Harwich communityRead more