Here at Xodus we see effective environmental performance as a critical contributor to our commitment and our clients, to delivering a responsible energy future. A prerequisite to managing operations effectively we apply our expertise to deliver effective environmental performance as a priority. Our in depth understanding of the environment, combined with our unrivalled environmental and engineering experience across the energy industry makes us the perfect partner to support you in realising future business success.
ISO14001 accredited, we strive for continuous improvement and at the heart of our five-year plan is a focus and commitment to technology and innovation to facilitate our shared vision. The climate challenge is fully integrated into our strategy and as such we have and continue to create a multidisciplinary team of experts with energy to support this.
Whether that be supporting you with CO2 Intensity reduction, reducing flaring, improving energy efficiency, reducing hydrocarbon content in discharges or reducing sulphur dioxide emissions we have the necessary knowledge and experience to add value to your core team.
Our services are centred around:
- Advisory – providing consultancy and specialist input to strategic decisions
- Project development – leading Environmental Impact Assessments and regulatory approvals before and during construction
- Operational support – ensuring permits and consents are in place and providing operational governance and assurance
Xodus was appointed in January 2020 to provide post-consent environmental support for the onshore works of the Neart na Goaithe (NnG) Wind Farm
Xodus provided Comparative Assessment and Environmental Assessment support for the decommissioning projects for various parts of their Client’s asset
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Xodus Contributes to Scottish Government Hydrogen PolicyExecutive Summary available to download below! Scott Hamilton, Renewables Division Manager at Xodus Group said:…
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The Energy Skills Transition – Graham BartonXodus is proud to be nominated as a finalist for the Contribution to Skills Award…