RES Offshore will exhibit at Seawork 2014, on the Team Humber Marine Alliance stand (B83).
RES Offshore is a provider of integrated development, engineering, construction and Administration, Operations, & Maintenance (AO&M) services for utility-scale offshore renewable energy projects.
Its in-house expertise includes resource measurement and prediction, performance optimisation, environmental and consenting capabilities, front-end engineering design, equipment procurement, construction project management and operations and reliability management. It can provide these services as defined packages of work or as an integrated part of the owner’s project management and delivery team.
The recent news that Siemens will be setting up a wind turbine assembly plant and rotor production facility on the Humber strengthens RES’s decision to build its own O&M base in Grimsby. Operating from Grimsby, RES Offshore’s AO&M team has already undertaken work for Centrica at Lynn and Inner Dowsing and Lincs Offshore Wind farms for SMartWind, maintaining the Round3 Hornsea Zone Met Mast, for Forewind maintaining both the East and West Round 3 Dogger Bank Zone Met Masts and for DONG on the Race Bank and Irish sea projects.
RES Offshore is part of the RES Group, one of the world’s leading renewable energy project developers. To date, RES has developed and/or built more than 8GW of wind energy capacity worldwide.