K2 Management Opens Beijing Office

Laxman Pai
Friday, January 11, 2019

Offshore wind and sustainable energy consultancy K2 Management  has opened an office in Beijing to support China’s wind and solar market.

Active in Asia since 2010, K2 Management has been working in China on several projects for local and international clients.

Country Director for K2 Management in China, James Wu, said: “We think the time is right for us now to be present in China, especially as offshore wind is now really taking off. There is a growing demand for independent, experienced support, so we decided to put down roots in China. This means we are better able to support our local as well as international clients who have an interest in the market.”

The office, based in the business area of Beijing, is already working on projects and forms part of the Asia Pacific arm of the company which has offices in Thailand, South Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Australia.

“With strong support from the government through the implementation of a renewables strategy, and a demand from both developers and investors seeking expertise in developing projects, we are looking forward to supporting the country in achieving its energy goals and supporting the growth of this promising market,” said Per Melgaard, co-founder of K2 Management.

Categories: People & Company News Wind Power Offshore Energy Renewable Energy Offshore Wind

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