Skjoldblad will play a leading role in developing a world-class offshore wind industry in Norway, and deliver power for the Norwegian energy transition.
By 2050, Norway will be decarbonised and become a low-emission society. Access to renewable energy is one of the prerequisites for managing this.
Norway is blessed with ideal conditions for offshore wind, having a long coastline and exposure to strong Nordic winds. This makes the country ideal for offshore wind generation. Norway has therefore identified offshore wind as a key opportunity to diversify its industrial base, as well as creating new jobs, and economic benefits.
Delivering for Norway
Other key factors that make Norway ideally placed to embrace the opportunities that come with offshore wind, are the country’s broad competence and experience from its strong oil and gas sector, its good existing port infrastructure, and its mature offshore management and construction industry. All of which will help Norway to further decarbonise its domestic electricity production.
These key Norwegian strengths, coupled with Skjoldblad’s innovative, technological mindset, extensive wind deployment experience, and talented workforce, will enable us to play a leading role in developing a world-class offshore wind industry in Norway.