Two new employees, as well as participation in two significant industry projects
With two new appointments, the Renewables Consulting Group (RCG) is bolstering its expertise and service offerings in the burgeoning floating offshore wind industry.
Yiwen Lu (pictured) has been appointed as a senior associate at RCG, bringing with her experience in floating offshore wind due diligence and project development.
She has worked on a variety of worldwide onshore, offshore, and floating wind projects in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, and North America.
Max Peel has also joined the firm as an associate. He has a background in research on the levelised cost of hydrogen and cost modeling for offshore wind farms.
“Floating wind technology has shown itself to be a viable power production alternative in a wide range of environments,” said RCG floating offshore wind lead and associate director Dan Kyle-Spearman.
“It’s a technology with enormous promise that’s ready to take off.” Our growing offshore wind team will gain even more strength with the addition of Yiwen and Max.
“RCG is well-positioned to assist customers in realizing commercial potential in the floating wind market,” says the company.
RCG also stated that it is involved in a number of important floating wind projects.
The business is working with the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Innosea to look at possibilities for the Scottish government in terms of floating offshore wind and hydrogen supply networks in Scotland and France.
RCG and its partner firms Tadek and EMEC have also been entrusted by the Worldwide Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation to assist G+ in analyzing the health and safety hazards connected with potential global commercial floating projects.