20 February - Global professional services consultancy WSP has been appointed by EDF Energy to its technical support alliance to support its fleet of wind farms, gas storage sites, coal and gas power stations across the UK.



A dedicated team will provide engineering consultancy services on pressure systems management, rotating plant, electrical systems, quality services, performance and reliability management, gas storage and renewables sites.

WSP is one of five suppliers supporting EDF Energy under a Technical Service Agreement.

Jason Ainscough, quality and inspection services director at WSP said: “This is a fantastic appointment for WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff recognising the tremendous breadth of skills and expertise we offer for the benefit of EDF Energy.”

“Our teams will be working closely with EDF Energy central technical organisation and their site teams to support long term strategic projects and respond to emerging technical issues affecting the commercial operation of their assets.”

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