Xodus and E&E Solutions join forces to support Japanese offshore wind


Xodus Group has agreed a partnership with Japanese consultancy E&E Solutions to deliver in-depth advice and analysis for the offshore wind market in Japan.

The partnership will provide integrated advisory and technical services to deliver value to offshore wind developers, owners, operators and lenders.

E&E Solutions has significant local market knowledge, including an extensive understanding of Japanese environmental laws and the country’s leasing and consenting system.

Xodus brings multidisciplinary expertise in offshore wind. The company’s integrated skills base covers techno-commercial advisory capabilities along with subsea infrastructure, pipelines and cables engineering, offshore engineering, risk management, environmental, supply chain analysis and project development planning

“Japan is becoming one of the world’s leading countries in offshore wind development, driven by the need to accelerate the energy transition in this country and the rapid cost reduction of offshore wind technology worldwide. There are considerable opportunities within the Japanese market, especially around the ongoing and future offshore wind licencing rounds. As pioneers in the floating wind sector, delivering work for the Hywind Scotland project, we are confident that by bringing our practical expertise and combining it with the local experience of E&E solutions, we can share lessons learned from global developments, maximize technical solutions and efficiencies and ultimately support Japan’s carbon reduction goals.”

Adrian de Andres, head of offshore renewables development at Xodus Group.

“With a background of providing support to renewable energy projects around the world, the cooperative arrangement with Xodus Group will allow us to provide a holistic service covering engineering, environmental and commercial advice. By engaging with Xodus, which has expertise in floating offshore wind power generation, we will be able to support the further growth of offshore wind especially within Japanese waters, where few shallow waters are present, providing independent advice for consentable, constructible and commercially viable offshore wind projects.”

Tomohiko Ike, director of E&E Solutions.
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