Work on technology to build and maintain offshore windfarms built on floating platforms.
Floating Offshore Wind
4C has a small team dedicated to floating offshore wind – technology that allows wind turbines to be installed on floating platforms at sea, typically in water depths greater than 60 meters.
The project will consist of researching the current status of a specific floating wind market. The precise topic will be determined at the time but will be one of:
- Assessment of the competitive dynamics of the project pipeline in a key floating wind market (e.g. UK/France/APAC)
- Floater Design and fabrication
- Anchors and mooring
- Operations & Maintenance
Undertaking the project will offer work experience in the growing renewables industry, as well as a foundational understanding on new technologies and procedures within the offshore wind sector. This is ideal for someone interested in working or pursuing a degree in engineering, physics, politics, economics, finance, or similar.
Key skills and interests
- Keen to learn
- Interest in engineering and/or policy and government
- Well organised
- Numerical skills
- Proactive and can work independently
- Focused on delivering results
Host company information
4C Offshore is a leading market intelligence and data services provider in the energy industry. We specialise in offshore wind data – curating an extensive database, writing quarterly reports, and offering consultancy work on bespoke projects.
Address: OrbisEnergy Centre, Wilde St, Lowestoft NR32 1XH
Key Contact: Lilja Valtonen
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