K2 Management ramping up in Scotland and Ireland
Strong client interest in new team setup
Building on strong demand for its services, K2 Management, the leading, global and independent wind energy consultancy, is bolstering its business in Scotland & Ireland with an increased presence, having recently relocated its UK office from London to Glasgow and set up a branch office in Dublin, Ireland. This move follows the company’s 30 percent increase in revenue in the past year, which was accompanied by a 40 percent increase in the number of its employees.
“We are ramping up our presence in Glasgow as the city, and Scotland, has the best combination in the UK in terms of a talent base for recruitment, industry location and wind power research. We already have a strong pipeline of projects supporting our clients as technical advisors to lenders on matters of due diligence or directly involved as engineers. Given our track record and experience here, we expect to grow our local team of wind experts significantly in the near future,” K2 Management UK Managing Director and Scotsman Simon Luby explains.
“From Glasgow we will be supporting our UK clients local and global needs and our growing international audience. There is a strong need in the market for independent, experienced and straight forward advice. K2 Management’s strong project experience benefit our financial clients and vice versa.”
The K2 Management Glasgow office is located in the Inovo building, a part of Innovation Zone, the partnership between Scottish Enterprise and Strathclyde University.
As part of its expansion, K2 Management has also opened an office in Dublin, Ireland. Project Engineer & Consultant Enda O'Doherty, who has been with K2 Management since 2013, has moved back to grow K2 Management activity in Ireland.
“I am looking forward to supporting the development of wind energy in Ireland, and K2’s expanding global footprint uniquely positions the Company to service Irish developers and investors who want to invest abroad.”