BPP Renewables Launches New Website
Presenting its enhanced capability to deliver new services for maritime renewable energy.
London, 15 March 2022. BPP Renewables, a provider of sustainable energy solutions for maritime renewable energy is delighted to announce the launch of its new website BPP Renewables. The site re-design is intended to be a showcase for a range of enhanced services in maritime renewable energy. In addition to the Company’s long standing work on subsea power cables, it now offers engineering and risk management services for the turbine platforms of floating offshore wind farms and on the technology of Green Hydrogen production from the output of such wind farms.
The site features comprehensive new descriptions and simulations of the engineering, testing and risk management services that the Company provides. The user experience and navigation elements have been newly created to give rapid access to the services available. Detailed descriptions of software and testing resources have been added and are supplemented by multiple Case Studies that show how these resources are used to support customers.
The enhanced website also presents customer testimonials. An example is Graham Hayden of Marubeni Power Systems Corporation who says “We were delighted with the high degree of professionalism and quality of work delivered by BPP engineers. These contributed enormously to resolving the engineering issues that we were facing in our project.”
BPP Renewables invites visitors to explore the new web site. Feedback and enquiries are welcome; please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
BPP Renewables is the new trading name of BPP Cables Ltd; originally established in 2008 to provide subsea cable design engineering, installation, manufacturing support and cable risk management services to the UK, European and international offshore wind farm sectors.
BPP Renewables and its associate Company, BPP Technical Services Ltd, have over 40 years of engineering experience in maritime engineering starting with the offshore oil and gas industries and centred, over the last decade, in the renewable energy sector. The Company has offices in London, Newcastle and Aberdeen and a workshop and laboratory in Newcastle. Its 21 staff are professional engineers with extensive experience across all key elements of the renewable energy sector including engineering and manufacturing of subsea power cables and of floating platforms, moorings and dynamic cables for offshore wind energy, together with their risk management. The Company also has design capability for systems that produce Green Hydrogen from the output of offshore wind farms.