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Gigawaters 03: Talking tech and inspiring innovation

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Gigawaters dips into science fiction for this episode, exploring the futuristic technologies that will support Scotland’s offshore wind sector. There’s talk of artificial intelligence and robotics, and the innovative companies and individuals hoping to bring them to the market. 

Energy Voice’s Hamish Penman is joined by co-host David Bould, lead research and development specialist at Ørsted, as well as special guest Vicky Coy, head of innovation projects at the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult. 

Becoming a hotbed for developing game-changing renewable technology will benefit Scotland immensely, but it is a global market and many want to cash in. Fortunately, the country has the skills, as well as the pedigree, to suggest it can emerge as the Silicon Valley for offshore wind. 

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