Global energy trends are shaping how governments and developers strategically adapt their business models to find the balance between meeting current energy demands and investing in a sustainable future.
RPS has become an established, leading provider of professional services to the offshore wind industry since its inception in Europe in the early 2000’s.
As the industry has matured and costs have reduced, new offshore wind markets have begun to emerge globally. RPS has a long history supporting developers in Offshore Wind – delivering smart solutions to their complex development goals.
Fast forward to 2020 and RPS now successfully delivers support and advice to developers, governments, their advisors, and contractors internationally - across Europe, the US, Australia and increasingly the emerging markets of Asia.
Our breadth of services allows our teams to sit alongside our clients throughout the asset lifecycle, providing international standard advice.
We offer a range of technical consultancy, operational support and advice to developers, governments, their advisors, and contractors in this growing market including:
As offshore infrastructure development increases, managing the environmental impacts becomes more complex.
RPS’ Alun Williams, Director - Offshore Renewables, delivered an ‘on demand’ presentation on permitting and cumulative impacts assessment at the recent US Offshore Wind virtual event.
Following the successful testing phase for RPS' new custom-designed wind measurement buoys, we asked MetOcean specialist Greg Bush for a quick overview of the science behind floating LiDAR and how RPS is helping create a more sustainable energy future offshore.
This year the UN’s World Tsunami Awareness Day is focusing on understanding risk and developing asset resiliency.
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