Supply Chain & Markets

It’s vital that together we create a long term, sustainable and supportive renewable supply chain at a global and local level.

For governments and sector enablers we analyse local and national supply chains to identify and understand opportunities for growth and how to maximise social and economic benefits from investment and support.

Our knowledge of the relationships between technology, economics, market and policy issues allows us to create roadmaps for successful supply chain development.

We also work with offshore wind developers to prepare supply chain plans and local content analysis of their projects. Our in-house tools and databases support bespoke assessment of individual projects based on specific project requirements. Our work on supply chain feasibility studies has helped developers and their Tier 1 suppliers understand local supply chain capability, measure local content, and assess the economic impact of projects.

Some of our market and supply chain experts

JEFF TINGLEY
Head of Strategy and Market Development

Jeff works extensively in helping to grow the US renewable energy supply chain through regional market analysis and developing market entry strategies for companies wanting to enter the offshore wind market.

ANDY LOGAN
Lead
Consultant

Andy works with project developers, governments, economic development agencies and suppliers to grow the local supply chain content of the UK and US offshore wind industries.

LARA JURGENS
Market
Analyst

Lara is passionate about discovering every niche offering in the offshore wind supply chain while keeping track of global market developments.

ELSON MARTINS
Senior
Consultant

Elson works closely with governments, offshore wind developers and suppliers to help them understand the market landscape, innovate and achieve their goals in a number of offshore wind markets across Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Insights in focus

Making waves with our sustainability shanty

Making waves with our sustainability shanty

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