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E&E Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the agreement of collaboration with RPS.
June 29, 2020
E&E Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the agreement of collaboration with RPS (Head Office: Woking, Surrey, UK), associated with a range of environment and permitting services including environmental impact assessment for offshore wind projects in Japan.
In the Japanese market, offshore wind projects are being considered in several areas following the enactment of the “Act to Promote Offshore Use by Offshore Renewable Energy Facilities” (Renewable Energy Offshore Use Act). The collaboration between the experiences of RPS, accumulated through advisory work on European offshore wind projects over 20 years, and the environmental consulting service experiences that E&ES has gained since the 1980s in the field of onshore and offshore wind projects in Japan, will enable to provide international standard consulting services to the growing Japanese offshore wind market.
- Founded in 1970, RPS has a long track record delivering a broad range of services in property, energy, transport, water, resources and defence and government services.
- RPS is a leading provider of professional services to the offshore wind industry, offering a range of technical consultancy and operational support including: Wind resource measurement and metocean sciences; Planning, environment and consents; Site investigation and survey; Marine Assurance and QHSSE; Unexploded ordnance (UXO); and Data management and visualization.
- RPS successfully delivers offshore wind support and advice to developers, governments, their advisors, and contractors internationally – across Europe, Japan, South Korea, the USA and Australia.
About E&E Solutions Inc.
E&E Solutions Inc. is an environmental and energy consultancy founded in 1972, which is mainly engaged in 1) consideration of the environment and society, 2) environmental due diligence for M&A, 3) technical due diligence for project financing on renewable energy projects, and 4) environmental impact assessment.
For more information, please contact:
(Environmental Division Planning Department for Offshore Wind Projects, E&E Solutions Inc.)