12 February 2018 – Offshore Wind Consultants Limited (OWC) has appointed Katherine Phillips as the consultancy firm’s new engineering manager.
Katherine joins OWC’s management team and will lead the development of the engineering capability.
She joins OWC from Atkins, where she was group lead and head of its 55 people strong energy arm. She has been involved with numerous offshore wind projects since 2010, and was named one of the 50 most influential female engineers in the WE50 list published by WISE and the Telegraph in 2016.
Will Cleverly, projects director at OWC, says: “Kathrine’s experience as a project manager, team lead, and structural engineer will enhance our delivery capabilities and ensure we continue to add value for our clients. This is an exciting year for OWC and we are very pleased Katherine has decided to join us”.
OWC, headquartered in London, UK, is a globally focused consultancy providing independent services to the offshore renewables industry. The company is part of of Oslo-listed energy consultancy group Aqualis ASA.
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About Aqualis ASA
Aqualis ASA (OSE: Aqua) is a public company that, through its subsidiaries and associates, offers energy consultancy services to the oil and gas, wind and solar sectors globally. The group employs experienced consultants across 22 offices in 15 countries worldwide. Aqualis ASA operates under three different brands: Aqualis Offshore, Offshore Wind Consultants and ADLER Solar. Aqualis Offshore is a specialized offshore marine and engineering consultancy firm, focusing on the shallow and deep-water offshore segments of the oil and gas industry. Offshore Wind Consultants is a globally focused consultancy providing independent services to the offshore renewables industry. ADLER Solar is a full-service provider for the PV industry. It offers technical solutions and services for the entire life cycle of photovoltaic plants. Aqualis owns 49.9 percent of ADLER Solar.