Emilie Ehretsmann joins BVG Associates as Junior Associate

25 July 2018 Authored by Consultancy.uk

BVG Associates has grown its team of consultants with the appointment of Emilie Ehretsmann. Specialising in renewable energy engineering, Ehretsmann will take on a Junior Associate position with the Wiltshire-based consultancy.

Founded in 2006, BVG Associates is a global, independent wind and marine energy generation consultancy. Headquartered in Swindon, Wiltshire, the firm focuses on providing clients with business, economic and technological advice, delivering insight from a headcount that makes up over 150 staff years of industrial experience in the renewable energy industry. The team has won itself a global client base spanning Government, enabling bodies, turbine manufacturers, developers and investors through to the entire supply chain.

As the firm looks to further grow its talent pool, and expand on its existing expertise, BVG has appointed Emilie Ehretsmann as a new Junior Associate. Ehretsmann’s CV boasts a strong understanding of the offshore wind industry, especially in wind turbine installation and logistics, having most recently worked as a Projects Simulation Student Assistant in Installation and Logistics for Wind Offshore operations with Vattenfall, following more than a year as a Wind Turbine Generator Package Technical Assistant with renewable energy firm Nordsee One, in Hamburg, Germany.

Emilie Ehretsmann joins BVG Associates as Junior Associate

It was during this time in Hamburg that Ehretsmann also completed her Master of Science in Integrated Climate System Sciences at the local university. Ehretsmann is also multilingual (fluent in French, English and German) and holds dual Swiss/US nationality, having been born in San Diego but spending much of her life in Europe.

At BVGA, she will now help to deliver projects to clients, including research, analysis and report drafting, using the BVG network to engage with the industry to obtain latest information and insight into current trends and thinking. She will also play a key role in developing in-house tools, databases and knowledge management processes, working to keep the firm’s in-house knowledge up to date, drawing on BVG’s senior staff, knowledge databases and extensive industry network to access information and insights in order to do so.

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