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7 new opportunities in South Korea’s offshore wind sector
7 February, 2024
With over 9 trillion won committed to renewables deployment and a 12GW offshore wind target, South Korea is one of the nations leading Asia’s energy transition.
3 tips to build your clean energy legal career in 2024
4 January, 2024
Global demand for legal talent in renewables is growing, as governments around the world adopt ambitious net zero targets and aim to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
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The future’s floating: foundation innovation key to boosting offshore wind max capacity
29 October, 2023
As offshore wind technology matures, our Research Consultant Ahmad Ahdab looks at the benefits of floating foundations over fixed-bottom.
Taylor Hopkinson and Brunel launch survey mapping the renewables landscape in 2023
5 October, 2023
Following the success of the collaborative 2023 Energy Outlook Report, Taylor Hopkinson and Brunel are exploring how renewables professionals feel about the future of the industry.
Taipei workshop rounds off inspiring week of Wind4Kids events in Asia
10 August, 2023
Taylor Hopkinson, along with our colleagues at the Brunel Foundation and Wind4Kids, signed off a positive week in Asia with another successful educational event in Taipei.
Now hiring: 12 fully-remote or remote-first renewables jobs
1 August, 2023
Transform your work-life balance with these remote roles from our global clients.
“I absolutely love what I do” – Life as a Taylor Hopkinson offshore wind Client Rep
19 July, 2023
Hear first-hand about life at the forefront of the energy transition in our interview with Chris Akehurst, a Taylor Hopkinson offshore wind Client Rep working on the CFXD project in Taiwan.
Taylor Hopkinson and OffshoreWind4Kids bring educational events to Asia
5 July, 2023
Having delivered over 10 events already across the UK, Europe and the US, our next stop is Asia! We will bring this wonderful initiative to Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, engaging children and families in learning about renewables.