UK and Dutch Companies Join Forces on Offshore Wind
UK-based Jee Limited (Jee) and the Dutch consultancy IX Renewables have agreed to join forces on the development of a series of offshore wind projects, including floating wind farms.
IX Renewables will set up and manage the developments while Jee will provide engineering services throughout the lifespan of the projects, including conceptual, FEED, and project management services.
The companies have committed to a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship which is recorded in a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), that is initially, but not exclusively, aimed at the Taiwanese market, according to the press release.
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IX Renewables has over 15 years of experience in due diligence, permit management, and as a technical advisor.
The company is said to be skilled in project management, financial modelling, permitting, and securing funding and licenses.
Talking about Jee, the UK-based firm has been providing subsea engineering and training to the oil and gas industry since 1988.
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