Dundee University will soon be developing prototypes for the future of offshore windfarms with a view to commercialisation after the institution attracted £2m ($3.28m) for a new marine renewable energy-focused centre.

The Marine Renewables Test Centre will be involved in the development, design, and testing of materials and foundations used in offshore windfarms, which attracted over £800,000 of the total funding from the European Regional Development Fund.

Rod Jones, head of the test centre, said: “We have world-leading expertise at…

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