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Supply Chain

Wind farm installation

Find out how you can be a part of the Seadragon project.

Project development will include a program of environmental and cultural heritage surveys, geophysical / geotechnical / ground investigations, technical design, planning and environmental approvals, workforce development and work to build the supply chain and port capability.

During the development and construction phases, we’ll be seeking support from experienced and capable local suppliers and partners of all sizes and across a range of disciplines to help bring Seadragon to life.

In line with our community values, our preference is to support local Gippsland based businesses and we’ve already engaged with and built partnerships with several local businesses to date. We encourage you to submit your expression of interest (EOI) through the Seadragon Offshore Wind project page through our Industry Capability Network (ICN) Gateway.


Seadragon and ICN Business Briefing (Webinar) 18 January 2023

Flotation Energy and Industry Capability Network (ICN) hosted a webinar business briefing on Wednesday the 18th January 2023 with 35 attendees keen to learn more about how their businesses can contribute to the development of Seadragon Offshore Wind Farm.  Kim Derriman, Environment and Stakeholder Engagement Manager provided an overview of the proposed Seadragon Offshore Wind project and the opportunities for local jobs and the Gippsland supply chain.  Colin Young, ICN Gippsland Industry Adviser, provided the attendees with valuable insights on how to formerly access future work package contracts for offshore wind projects and described the supports that ICN can provide local businesses.