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August 2, 2017
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Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


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UK Government must wake up to Brexit threat to offshore workforce

by Rob Grimmond, CEO of Offshore Marine Management

It is vital that the UK Government talks to the industry to get a picture of what is at threat for the renewables industry, especially offshore wind and marine energy, if the movement of people is limited by Brexit.

Taking a step forward to ensure a realistic future for renewables in the UK and help to secure a flexible workforce, we are encouraging the decision-makers in Westminster to learn from the industry and listen to the potential threats and opportunities available.

An increase in certification paired with restricted movement costs time and money to both the UK and the EU economy. Our trained and experienced workers look to be missing out on opportunities because of the potential delays in installation caused by a lack of free-moving and qualified workforce who are then unable to provide a full crew to these costly installation vessels.

Our sister company of OMPA, which trains and provides personnel for the offshore and marine industries, are also calling...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our latest post...

UK Government must wake up to Brexit threat to offshore workforce

by Rob Grimmond, CEO of Offshore Marine Management

It is vital that the UK Government talks to the industry to get a picture of what is at threat for the renewables industry, especially offshore wind and marine energy, if the movement of people is limited by Brexit.

Taking a step forward to ensure a realistic future for renewables in the UK and help to secure a flexible workforce, we are encouraging the decision-makers in Westminster to learn from the industry and listen to the potential threats and opportunities available.

An increase in certification paired with restricted movement costs time and money to both the UK and the EU economy. Our trained and experienced workers look to be missing out on opportunities because of the potential delays in installation caused by a lack of free-moving and qualified workforce who are then unable to provide a full crew to these costly installation vessels.

Our sister company of OMPA, which trains and provides personnel for the offshore and marine industries, are also calling...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our latest post...

UK Government must wake up to Brexit threat to offshore workforce

by Rob Grimmond, CEO of Offshore Marine Management

It is vital that the UK Government talks to the industry to get a picture of what is at threat for the renewables industry, especially offshore wind and marine energy, if the movement of people is limited by Brexit.

Taking a step forward to ensure a realistic future for renewables in the UK and help to secure a flexible workforce, we are encouraging the decision-makers in Westminster to learn from the industry and listen to the potential threats and opportunities available.

An increase in certification paired with restricted movement costs time and money to both the UK and the EU economy. Our trained and experienced workers look to be missing out on opportunities because of the potential delays in installation caused by a lack of free-moving and qualified workforce who are then unable to provide a full crew to these costly installation vessels.

Our sister company of OMPA, which trains and provides personnel for the offshore and marine industries, are also calling...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our latest post...

UK Government must wake up to Brexit threat to offshore workforce

by Rob Grimmond, CEO of Offshore Marine Management

It is vital that the UK Government talks to the industry to get a picture of what is at threat for the renewables industry, especially offshore wind and marine energy, if the movement of people is limited by Brexit.

Taking a step forward to ensure a realistic future for renewables in the UK and help to secure a flexible workforce, we are encouraging the decision-makers in Westminster to learn from the industry and listen to the potential threats and opportunities available.

An increase in certification paired with restricted movement costs time and money to both the UK and the EU economy. Our trained and experienced workers look to be missing out on opportunities because of the potential delays in installation caused by a lack of free-moving and qualified workforce who are then unable to provide a full crew to these costly installation vessels.

Our sister company of OMPA, which trains and provides personnel for the offshore and marine industries, are also calling...

Wind Watch

Wind Watch is published every Monday and Friday.

In the meantime, have you checked out the latest posts on our blog? If not, you should. This is where we put the analysis that we can't fit in our newsletters and special reports.


You can read all of our blog posts for free. Check them out now! Here is a taste of our latest post...

UK Government must wake up to Brexit threat to offshore workforce

by Rob Grimmond, CEO of Offshore Marine Management

It is vital that the UK Government talks to the industry to get a picture of what is at threat for the renewables industry, especially offshore wind and marine energy, if the movement of people is limited by Brexit.

Taking a step forward to ensure a realistic future for renewables in the UK and help to secure a flexible workforce, we are encouraging the decision-makers in Westminster to learn from the industry and listen to the potential threats and opportunities available.

An increase in certification paired with restricted movement costs time and money to both the UK and the EU economy. Our trained and experienced workers look to be missing out on opportunities because of the potential delays in installation caused by a lack of free-moving and qualified workforce who are then unable to provide a full crew to these costly installation vessels.

Our sister company of OMPA, which trains and provides personnel for the offshore and marine industries, are also calling...

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