The notion of sustainability is central to Venterra - who we are, what we do, how we operate, and what we aim to achieve for our clients, for society, and for the planet.
As any authoritative analysis will show, wind power is set to play a central role in the global energy transition and, ultimately, the decarbonisation of the world economy.
As well as being clean, green and secure, wind power is among the cheapest sources of energy available.
Hence, the total capacity of wind power is expected to grow significantly over the coming years. Indeed, if the Paris Agreement goal of 1.5°C global warming by 2100 is to be met, it is estimated that installations will need to grow at least four-fold by 2030.
McKinsey & Company goes further, suggesting that the offshore wind sector alone has the potential to grow from 40GW in 2020 to reach 1,000GW by 2050.
 Global Wind Energy Council, Global Wind Report 2022.
 McKinsey & Company, How to succeed in the expanding global offshore wind market, 2022.
However, as the scale grows, so too do the technical, supply chain, personnel, and resource challenges.
In late 2021, Venterra was established with the specific aim of helping to address these challenges. Our stated purpose is to help the world’s energy transition through wind power. We are building a global services business to help developers design, build, and operate their wind farms as efficiently as possible. And sustainability is at the heart of everything we do.