2H Offshore granted ‘Fit for Offshore Renewables’ status in the UK
2H Offshore Engineering Ltd, an Acteon company, has been granted ‘Fit for Offshore Renewables’ status by Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.
Fit 4 Offshore Renewables (F4OR) is a programme that verifies that UK service providers are equipped and have the key management systems and competence required to work in the offshore renewable energy sector. The programme aims to support the development of an increasingly competent, capable and competitive UK offshore renewable energy supply chain – maximising opportunities for the UK supply chain, both domestically and globally.
Nicholas Pacewicz, 2H Aberdeen general manager, said, “The achievement of F4OR status verifies our expertise and ability in offshore renewables and illustrates our commitment to the energy transition. 2020 was a very strong year for 2H in the renewables industry, with a substantial part of our work coming from the sector. Our participation in the F4OR programme was of great benefit in supporting this growth.”
2H Offshore has a growing track record in offshore renewables work in the UK and beyond, with key capabilities focusing on systems design, advanced analysis, fabrication and installation of fixed and floating offshore wind developments.