Ramboll to establish Dutch Wind Energy hub

4C Offshore | Tom Russell
By: 06/12/2022 Ramboll
Ramboll announced it is ramping up its wind activities in the Netherlands with the new Wind Energy hub in the Netherlands.

Ramboll plans to appoint a Head of Wind Energy for the Netherlands in the first quarter of 2023 and will establish dedicated teams for Wind Advisory as well as Engineering. Ramboll will utilise its existing office in Delft but is also contemplating the possibility of establishing new office locations in Utrecht or Arnhem. Furthermore, the new hub will serve as a liaison office for neighbouring markets and potentially expand to Belgium in the near future.

The Danish company is one of the largest global players in wind advisory and engineering worldwide with more than 500 dedicated wind experts based in offices around the globe. It has over has over the past two years expanded its business in the US, Japan, Spain and Poland,

Tim Fischer, Ramboll’s Global Senior Director for Wind, said: “We have supported clients based in or doing business in the Netherlands for over 20 years, mainly from our hubs in Germany, UK and Denmark. We see a continuously increasing demand and client activities both in the Netherlands and Belgium, supported by the attractive political roadmaps for offshore wind and favourable site conditions, with both markets preparing for further auction rounds. By establishing the Netherlands as a Wind Energy hub in our global wind team, we ensure that our strong, dedicated teams have the capacity to support our local as well as global client base across our service portfolio.”

“The wind energy and marine industry in the Netherlands is one of the European backbones. This naturally results in a robust knowledge base with an outstanding educational and research background and a broad range of sector experts. Ramboll, as a global company, offers an abundance of opportunities for graduates and experts alike to apply their insights to some of the most impactful projects around the globe. Ramboll’s new Wind Energy hub in the Netherland will support projects worldwide – and with our global footprint, we are truly in a position to shape the energy landscape and create long-lasting impact,” added Fischer.