Connecting energy companies with solutions
The offshore wind sector is growing around the globe. There are opportunities for companies across the supply chain to be a significant part of this industry.
EC20 works with companies to help them win business for new and existing products and services, both nationally and internationally.
Diversification & Transition
Working across various sectors ensures a spread of risk and reward. Transitioning a business and working across multiple sectors needs a different approach, and understanding of your customers.
EC20 works with companies new to renewables, helping them identify, explore and realise market opportunities.
Local Content, Local Opportunities, National Benefit
Local and national governments have a role to play to ensure their companies maximize the opportunities from the energy sector. EC20 helps develop the right policies to support the growth of the sector in each country.
What We Do
Your Strategic, Supply Chain Partner
EC20 have the knowledge and experience to meet and exceed your expectations, and offer a variety of services customised to fit your specific needs. Learn more about the improvements we can help you achieve, and contact us today.
EC20 knows the offshore wind supply chain.
Working with developers, we help them understand who they can work with, introducing them to the fantastic supply chain already in the UK.
We also work with government bodies and groups across the world to look at how they can support and develop their own supply chain to take advantage of the offshore wind sector.
Relations & Connecting
EC20 connects you with the right companies and individuals to help you win more business in offshore wind.
EC20 manages and maintains client relations, ensuring a successful business relationship.
EC20 works with you, being your business development within offshore wind. Progressing and supporting your success in the offshore wind sector.
Event management & planning
EC20 have run many successful events in the past. Now with the growth of online events, we have developed our services and increased our team, to meet this new requirement. We can develop the event that suits your business needs, connecting with the appropriate audiences.
Our services are customised to meet the needs of each client. We work collaboratively throughout the entire process.
Connecting with Purpose & Passion
EC20 was founded by Isla Robb in 2020.
A year that we will all remember!
Isla has worked across the public & private sector, both nationally and internationally. She has been involved in the offshore wind sector for a number of years, working with and supporting hundreds of companies.
Helping companies large, small and micro to be successful in the offshore wind sector, nationally and internationally.
Isla realised that not only did she have a fantastic network across offshore wind industry, she had a great network of individuals that could work with her to support companies to progress.
EC20 was born!
Now with a team onboard (welcome Sarah and Shena) we are growing to work with more companies, so they can realise their potential in offshore wind.
Working to make the world a better place
Full Circle 21
EC20 are supporting diversity in the energy sector.
We have co-founded Full Circle 21. The group encourages the minority within the sector to become equal.
If you are based in Scotland (we are starting here, but will grow), and would like to get involved, please either message EC20, or join Full Circle 21's Mighty Network
GWEC's Wind. Are you in?
The wind industry has a crucial role to play in achieving our climate targets and powering a cleaner and more prosperous future across the world. EC20 Are In.
If you would like to speak to us about working with you, all things offshore wind, energy or more, please contact us
EC20 pull together a team to work with and for clients on many and various projects. If you are a specialist in your field and would like to work with us, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you.
07955 610 397
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