Self-installing scour protection development

The project is being led by Great Yarmouth based SSCS, is backed by Innovate UK and is a collaboration between six industry partners

Seabed Scour Control Systems (SSCS) is the lead company in a £1 million project aimed at developing an innovative self-installing scour protection system that could save the average wind farm approximately £8.6 million over its lifetime writes Dag Pike.

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