Categories: Associated British Ports, Grimsby, NewsPublished On: 04.09.201890 words0.5 min read

A total of 170 new jobs look set to be created in Grimsby after energy giant Innogy confirmed the town as the base for Triton Knoll offshore wind farm.

The German utility giant has signed a memorandum of understanding with Associated British Ports, and should it be honoured – as expected it being the nearest port with an established cluster serving farms further away – the 860MW array will become the fourth major developer to anchor in the town, following Centrica, E.on and Orsted.

Read full story in the Grimsby Telegraph here