ITM Power has signed a partnership deal with Logan Energy as it looks to target the Scottish market.
The two companies will bid jointly for energy storage and clean fuel projects in Scotland.
In a statement today, ITM Power said they believed they could capitalise on Scotland’s renewable energy potential, particularly through electricity generation from wind turbines.
Graham Cooley, chief executive of Sheffield-based ITM Power, said: “We are very excited about working with Logan Energy in Scotland, a leading integration company in one of the best resourced renewable energy locations in the world.
“I am sure that the synergies between Logan Energy and ITM Power will reap benefits for both companies.”
John Lidderdale, managing director of Logan Energy, added: “We are looking forward to working with ITM Power in Scotland.
“The necessity for energy storage technology in the renewable energy system means that there will be many opportunities for us to work together immediately and into the future.”