Minesto News Update 8 September 2017
- Holyhead team bolstered with local engineering expertise
- Minesto Board visits NI test site
- Marine energy highlighted by Cabinet Secretary to Greg Clark
- Community engagement at the Anglesey Show
Holyhead team bolstered with local engineering expertise
Over the summer, the Minesto team in Wales has been strengthened with four new electrical and mechanical engineers, adding capacity and expertise to both the onshore and the offshore operations in Holyhead.
“We are very pleased to welcome our new colleagues on board. These recruitments really boost our engineering force in Wales. What is also pleasing is that we have been able to source this experience and competence locally; all of our new colleagues live on Anglesey, with three of them originally from the Island”, says Judith Thomas-Jonas, Country Manager for Minesto UK.
Minesto Board visits NI test site
The Board of Directors of Minesto visited our test and demonstration facilities in Northern Ireland for their September board meeting. Over two days, the Board studied Deep Green quarter-scale testing and engaging in strategy discussions. Read more here.
Marine energy highlighted by Cabinet Secretary to Greg Clark
Marine Energy Wales writes that in a recent letter from Ken Skates AM, Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure to Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, marine energy was emphasised. Read more here.
Community engagement at the Anglesey Show
With 60,000 people visiting the Anglesey show each year, it is the biggest show of its kind in Wales. We were on the ground showcasing Deep Green prototypes and informing people about the Holyhead Deep project and Minesto’s overall operations. Read more here.
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