Mott MacDonald Appoints Jan Rønberg to Head Offshore Wind in Asia

Mott MacDonald has appointed Jan Rønberg as offshore wind lead for Asia. Rønberg will build on the consultancy’s history supporting offshore wind projects and providing integrated engineering and project management services across the project lifecycle.

Rønberg has extensive international experience in the offshore wind consultancy industry and the energy sector working in Europe, Asia Pacific, North America and Africa, and has a strong track record in leading and developing teams of technical experts, as well as managing complex and innovative projects.

Prior to joining Mott MacDonald Rønberg spent over 13 years at engineering and architecture consultancy COWI, latterly as vice president of its offshore wind department and COWI Group global market director for offshore wind.

Phil Napier-Moore, Mott MacDonald’s energy lead for Asia said: “We’re continuing to build upon the range of services we deliver in offshore wind from our Asia-based teams, including survey support, offshore design, onshore and port facility design, technology selection, site optimisation and logistics.”

“Jan’s vision, which extends beyond traditional approaches, and encompasses emerging trends such as floating wind and digital solutions, enables this expansion and ensures that Mott MacDonald remains the partner of choice for successful offshore wind ventures.”

Mott MacDonald now has over 50 dedicated engineers in Asia specialising in offshore wind, backed by global experts.

In-country teams in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan have played pivotal roles in supporting project owners from the earliest deployments.