Jobs boost for green energy


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    SCOTLAND has been chosen by a top energy leader to be the site of a new engineering facility meaning an investment of up to £100 million over five years. 

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) through its subsidiary Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe (MPSE) announced yesterday (Fri) that it is set to develop a world leading offshore wind turbine in the country.

    MPSE will create a Centre for Advanced Technology in Edinburgh to pioneer ‘game changing’ green energy technologies towards mass production and will also acquire Edinburgh firm Artemis intelligent Power (AIP).

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