As the offshore wind industry goes from strength to strength, so do we.
We provide value across the entire project lifecycle. We help industry enablers develop sustainable supply chains with meaningful local content; help developers to design projects which are consentable, buildable and bankable, and; translate project risks and data into clear and insightful reports for investors and shareholders.
Xodus works internationally from our offices in the UK, US, Japan and in the emerging Australian offshore wind market, helping our clients solve new problems in new markets with ever-changing technology – well, we do like a challenge!
Some of our offshore wind experts
Renewables Division Manager
Scott manages the UK renewables team at Xodus – bringing technically, economically, ethically and environmentally sustainable products and solutions to our clients and the wider industry.
Head of Strategy and Market Development
Lara is passionate about discovering every niche offering in the offshore wind supply chain while keeping track of global market developments.
Energy Yield Analysis Lead
Director of Operations (Boston)
As part of the renewables leadership team Jamie is responsible for helping shape and grow the US business in terms of technical strength, commercial performance and brand awareness.
Renewable Energy Consultant
Jakub is passionate about innovative solutions to foster the decarbonisation efforts across the whole energy sector, including energy storage and hydrogen technologies.
Elson works closely with governments, offshore wind developers and suppliers helping them understand the market landscape, innovate and achieve their goals in a number of offshore wind markets across Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Interconnector and Cables Lead
James leads our cables services where he is inspired by innovation, driven by efficient project delivery and passionate about helping people reach their potential.
Insights in focus
The ScotWind auction sees us entering the era of floating offshore wind installations. But this can only happen if uncertainties surrounding technology, engineering design, supply chain, installation, interfaces, contracts, operational efficiency, and revenues can be reduced.
While the initial celebrations following this week’s ScotWind announcement may gradually be coming to an end, the party for the Scottish supply chain is just getting started. With just under 25GW in option agreements awarded, including 14.5GW of floating offshore wind capacity, ScotWind looks exactly like the supply chain opportunity that we’ve been hoping for.
With the Scotwind announcements earlier this week Xodus is looking at how to help deliver projects but also maximise the buildability of the different floating wind concepts within the industry.
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