Fulkrum featured in Scottish Renewables Supply Chain Impact Statement 2022
Fulkrum is proud to be included in the fourth edition of Scottish Renewables Supply Impact Statement for 2022.
Fulkrum, a leading provider of inspection, expediting, auditing, and technical staffing services to the energy industry, is proud to be featured in the fourth edition of Scottish Renewables Supply Impact Statement for 2022 alongside 44 other incredible organisations.
Highlighting the expertise, skills and capabilities of its expert team delivering specialist inspection services to the offshore wind sector, this year’s statement features a case study sharing insight into Fulkrum’s involvement in the largest offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank.
Contracted to support the QA/QC operations at the Dogger Bank Wind Farm project, Fulkrum has provided inspection services to the Dogger Bank A development stage since 2021.
Our dedicated team has been pivotal in ensuring conformity and quality across the world’s largest offshore wind farm. Reflecting our impeccable reputation for inspection and quality assurance, Stage A includes the identification of any quality issues to minimise potential safety, budget, and schedule risks. Fulkrum’s network of UK-based QA/QC personnel are overseeing the audit of suppliers, and inspection of cables, switchgear, blades and nacelle.
Our Senior Business Development Manager for Energies, James Dunford comments, “The Dogger Bank contract is a testament to Fulkrum’s extensive track record and the consistently reliable work performed by our worldwide team of inspectors.”
With a proven track record of supporting projects such as Moray East, Seagreen, Hornsea, Galloper, and Courselles-sur-Mer, this contract further reflects Fulkrum’s position as an industry leader in both jacket-based and floating technologies within the offshore wind sector.
James adds, “We have an international footprint which allows our team and network of local personnel to support significant projects like Dogger Bank, bringing Fulkrum, our clients, partners, and the industry one step closer to a net zero future.”
Located off the east coast of Yorkshire, Dogger Bank will consist of 277 GE Haliade-X turbines of 13 MW and 14 MV, with each of the three zones having an installed generation capacity of 1.2GW; Dogger Bank is set to supply 5% of the country’s demand upon completion.
Fulkrum, a leading provider of inspection, expediting, auditing and technical staffing to the global energy industry.
To read about the great work happening in Scotland’s energy supply chain, download the Supply Chain Impact statement here: https://www.scottishrenewables.com/news/1285-89-of-supply-chain-firms-say-renewable-energy-is-biggest-economic-opportunity-in-scotland-new-study-finds
Photo credit: GE Renewable Energy
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