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Carlos Martin, BlueFloat Energy - Why floating wind is central to offshore growth
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Carlos Martin, BlueFloat Energy - Why floating wind is central to offshore growth

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Growing global ambitions and rising costs are raising the heat on companies in the wind sector. What are the big opportunities and challenges after the pandemic?

We caught up with some industry leaders to discuss the key trends that will be shaping up the wind industry in 2022.

In this video, A Word About Wind’s Editor in Chief Richard Heap interviews Carlos Martin, Chief Executive Officer, BlueFloat Energy

Carlos Martin

Carlos has worked in the energy sector for more than 15 years. As Director for Floating Wind at EDP Renewables (EDPR)based in Madrid, he was responsible for the WindFloat Atlantic project successfully achieving FID in 2017. This 25MW project off the coast of Portugal was the first floating wind project to secure a project finance structure.

Before joining EDPR, he worked for 8 years at McKinsey & Company in the energy practice leading projects in a variety of topics including growth strategy, procurement, operational excellence,M&A, IPO, etc.

Prior to founding BlueFloat Energy he wasGeneral Manager, Europe and Asia at Prosegur.

Carlos is an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at IE Business School in Madrid.

He holds an MBA from Insead and a MSc. inCivil Engineering from ENPC (Paris) and UPM (Madrid).

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Carlos Martin, BlueFloat Energy - Why floating wind is central to offshore growth

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Published by Tamarindo Group and A Word About Wind.
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February 16, 2022

Growing global ambitions and rising costs are raising the heat on companies in the wind sector. What are the big opportunities and challenges after the pandemic?

We caught up with some industry leaders to discuss the key trends that will be shaping up the wind industry in 2022.

In this video, A Word About Wind’s Editor in Chief Richard Heap interviews Carlos Martin, Chief Executive Officer, BlueFloat Energy

Carlos Martin

Carlos has worked in the energy sector for more than 15 years. As Director for Floating Wind at EDP Renewables (EDPR)based in Madrid, he was responsible for the WindFloat Atlantic project successfully achieving FID in 2017. This 25MW project off the coast of Portugal was the first floating wind project to secure a project finance structure.

Before joining EDPR, he worked for 8 years at McKinsey & Company in the energy practice leading projects in a variety of topics including growth strategy, procurement, operational excellence,M&A, IPO, etc.

Prior to founding BlueFloat Energy he wasGeneral Manager, Europe and Asia at Prosegur.

Carlos is an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at IE Business School in Madrid.

He holds an MBA from Insead and a MSc. inCivil Engineering from ENPC (Paris) and UPM (Madrid).

To read more about 2022 Wind Investment Trends, click here
BlueFloat Energy is a member of A Word About Wind. To find out more about our services and our community, click here

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