Data-driven planning can be instrumental in securing offshore wind licences


The recent launch of the ScotWind offshore wind leasing round will require developers to submit a Supply Chain Development Statement (SCDS) detailing how they plan to engage with and utilise supply chain to successfully develop their projects.

As part of the SCDS, project companies will have to show the number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Direct Jobs that are created or maintained within the supply chain as a direct result of the project.

This places huge importance on the strategic planning of projects, as developers grapple with how to shape and cost project teams, support local job creation, create risk registers and develop mitigation strategies for skills gaps. 

In the last few years, we have seen increasing demand for our data-driven advisory services and have worked with leading names in the offshore wind industry to deliver several major organisational design and budgeting projects. We understand how data can inform critical decision making and support the bidding process.

Scotwind will play a significant part in Scotland’s green recovery, creating green jobs across the sector, and in meeting the Scottish government’s target of net zero by 2045.

If you are tackling human resourcing planning tasks and feel that you do not have the data you need to do this accurately, contact Tom today to discuss how our advisory services can help.
0141 468 4900

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