Offshore Transmission Services

LOC Renewables provides a technical due diligence service to assess the marine technical risks of offshore windfarm transmission assets for the bidders of the OFTO  regime to provide independent evaluations of project risks that potential owners, investors and other parties can rely on. ​​

Projects
120+ Offshore Wind
Projects
Projects
16 Countries
Projects
20.6GW Capacity Installed

This is provided from an experience base that includes technical contributions to more than 130 offshore wind projects, comprising more than 41GW of installed capacity. Our due diligence services ensure that all critical technical aspects of a project are independently evaluated and that associated mitigation measures are identified.  LOC Renewables are now able to increase their offering to include the electrical installation and design to this portfolio.​

Our reviews focus on the marine and technical aspects of the assets, including: ​​

  • Installation​
  • Protection​
  • Support structure design​​
  • Access and availability assumptions​​
  • Cable protection​​
  • Outage and repair planning​​
  • ​Operation and maintenance​

We also act as technical advisor throughout an asset’s lifecycle and continue to advise on marine and technical issues, attending on-site / acting as owners representative or MWS during major events such as cable repair​.

Key Contacts

Marine Engineer

London

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