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Exciting news for the renewable energy industry! BUSS Terminal has just opened their new base in Eemshaven, which will serve as the hub for renewables along the Northern European coast.

OEG Offshore and group company Manor Renewable Energy (MRE) accompanied by long-standing partners, Lubbers were invited to the opening ceremony on 1st June marking a major milestone in the transition towards a greener future.

Rob Goodall, VP of Business Development for OEG Offshore comments “The collaboration and foresight by BUSS to pioneer this development is a credit to the renewable energy industry. OEG, MRE and Lubbers are proud to be at the forefront with BUSS and I can confirm we have secured storage and office space with our European partners Lubbers to service offshore wind energy developments at the new logistics base.”

In addition, as part of the set-up, MRE will have a stock of temporary power sets on the ground at Eemshaven, ready for mobilisation to service the offshore wind market in northern Holland and Germany to support construction or O&M operations.

Billy Hamilton, Managing Director of MRE said, “The BUSS Terminal opening ceremony provided a great opportunity to showcase our wider capabilities as renewables solution providers, working with our partners to develop a diverse offshore wind supply chain in Europe”.

The celebrations continued for BUSS with a community event on 10th June to mark 50 years of Eemshaven operations, providing a further boost to the Groningen region.

Pictured L to R: Andre Mulder, Director Renewable Energy for Lubbers Logistics Group, Billy Hamilton, Managing Director at Manor Renewables Energy (MRE), John Meijer, Managing Director at BUSS Terminal and Rob Goodall, VP of Business Development, OEG Offshore.