Offshore wind energy — contractual risks and liabilities
The UK offshore wind energy sector has come a long way since the first offshore wind farm was completed in 2000 at Blyth Harbour in the northeast of England, with just two turbines totalling 4MW. A critical element of further expansion is to address the contractual interface between owners/developers and contractors early in the project lifecycle, so that risk and responsibility can be considered in detail and allocated.
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