Holyhead Towing and Turbine Transfers Get Deep Green LARS Contract

Holyhead Towing Co and sister company Turbine Transfers have been awarded a turnkey contract for Minestio’s Deep Green 10MW subsea project in the Irish Sea.

The two companies will be responsible for developing the launch and recovery system (LARS), for the launching and recovering of Minesto’s subsea assets.

Dylan Jones, general manager of Turbine Transfers, said. “As a progressive market-leading company, we are thrilled to be involved in the development and support of this revolutionary technology. A great start to the New Year, it is welcome positive news for us, as well as for the wider community – the investment has the potential to have the coastal waters off Anglesey recognised internationally as a major subsea energy site.”

 

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