Supporting renewables energises new market 

RenewableUK.jpgWith its recent membership of the UK’s leading renewable energy trade association, RenewableUK, Fellows has opened up a new market of business opportunities.

As more renewable energy solutions are constructed, the potential to encounter the threat of unexploded ordnance is significant.  As a part of the renewables community, Fellows is ideally placed to offer its expert advice for dealing with Marine Unexploded Ordnance (MUXO) as well as practical services to identify and clear danger zones.

With membership involvement including speaking platforms, networking opportunities and database access, Fellows is now in direct contact with RenewableUK’s large established corporate membership which ranges from small independent companies to large international corporations and manufacturers. Fellows will also be visible to any external companies looking to the organisation for knowledgeable and reputable suppliers.

Speaking about the membership Andrew Ward, Fellows’ General Manager, said: “Becoming part of this community gives us a real opportunity to put our skills to work for truly interesting, inspiring and worthwhile projects that seek to transform the business of energy production.  Safety standards are a hot topic in the industry and membership will provide us with a platform to address the issue head on. Being part of RenewableUK not only links us with those who can benefit from our services but also furthers our credibility as leading UXO risk management experts.” 

Andrew has recently attended RenewableUK’s International Health and Safety conference in Glasgow and will also be exhibiting Fellows at the Oceanology International event, held at Excel London between the 13th - 16th March. It will be an opportunity to meet with companies and individuals to further talk about memberships and capabilities. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Fellows please email: 

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Formed in 1978, RenewableUK aims to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed sustainably across the UK and to support its members in winning business in renewable markets in the UK and around the world.

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