Osbit joins Orbis offshore club
Player moves into Lowestoft site, now part of East of England Energy Group
Osbit Power has moved into the OrbisEnergy offshore renewables centre of excellence in Lowestoft and become part of the East of England Energy Group.
The company said it is keen to further its investment in the southern North Sea offshore market and develop new links in the area.
Osbit launched four years ago and has been active in the southern North Sea offshore market, working with Siemens, SSE and Scira.
The company’s sales manager Chris Jones said: “We realise that the South East is an important area for the offshore energy industry, being an established region for offshore gas and wind energy activity and a key area for the emerging offshore decom sector.
“Establishing a base here is crucial in allowing us to access the rich network of fabricators and facilities available.”
OrbisEnergy is owned by Suffolk County Council and operated by enterprise agency NWES.
Image: the company's 'walk to work' gangway (Osbit Power)